• The dictionary equivalent of agora corresponds to words such as bazaar, market, city centre. The Agora, which is the heart of trade, religion, politics, art and the city, is a place where offerings to the gods, statues and monuments are located.
    • The Clock Tower, which is one of the symbolised figures of the places to visit in Izmir, was built at the request of Grand Vizier Mehmet Said Pasha to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the accession of Abdülhamid II to the throne.
  • Kadifekale, located on a hill overlooking the Gulf of Izmir, was built by Alexander the Great in the 3rd century BC.
  • Nesim Levi, one of the Jewish businessmen of Izmir, had this lift built to facilitate his route between Mithatpaşa Street and Halil Rıfat Pasha neighbourhood.
  • Alsancak SevLike coming from a different realm, this road is lined with huge palm trees on both sides of the Road
  • Kıbrıs Şehitleri Street is like the twin brother of Istiklal Street in Istanbul, but it has a more affectionate face with the warmth of Izmir. This street does not lose any of its energy regardless of the season.
  • If you have heard the name of Izmir in a song, the smell of Kordon has definitely permeated that song.
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