Izmir Clock Tower

Izmir Clock Tower
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 Abdülhamid II's ascension to the throne.

The architect of the tower is the architect who also built the German Consulate building. The clock of the tower was a gift from the German Emperor Wilhelm II.

This clock, which has never stopped since the construction date of the tower, 1901, is still working today.
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