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İzmir : produits et services de base

Place to eat
“Another one of Izmir’s interesting places to visit is the Historical Elevator building. This building, which also gave the district its name, was had built by a Jewish businessman named Nesim Levi. The Elevator, which was built between Mithat Paşa Street and the 40-meter high Şehit Nihat Bey Street, was built on an old quarry and put into service in 1907. The elevator saves everyone from climbing the 155 steps between Mithat Paşa Street and Halil Rıfat Paşa Street. The elevator tower consists of three floors. The elevator, which has remained intact to this day, is now electrically driven.”
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Historic Site
“You will find many antique shops, historical fountains and passages, all kinds of shops for your needs, a lot of famous restaurants and desserts will be waiting for you. You can reach the Konak ferry after 15 minutes.”
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Monument / Point de repère
“The clock tower was designed by the Levantine French architect Raymond Charles Père and built in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Abdülhamid II's accession to the throne (reigned 1876–1909). The clock itself was a gift from German Emperor Wilhelm II (reigned 1888–1918). It is decorated in an elaborate Ottoman architecture style. The tower, which has an iron and lead skeleton, is 25 m (82 ft) high and features four fountains (şadırvan), which are placed around the base in a circular pattern. The columns are inspired by Moorish themes.”
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Place to shop
“You can do shopping if you wishes. There are plenty of stores with good brands. There is a cinema theater too.”
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“Agora means etymologically city square, bazaar and market place. Having commercial, legal, religious and political functions, agora is the place where art is concentrated, the foundations of philosophy are laid and stoas, monuments, altars and statues abound. It is the heart of trade. Located in Namazgah district of İzmir, agora dates back to Roman period (the 2nd century AC) and was built as threefold near-by the center according to city plan of Hippodamos. İzmir agora is the biggest and most well-kept agora of Ions. İzmir Agora established on the foot of Kadifekale (Pagos Mountain) in İzmir (Smyrna) was used as the state agora of the city. This state agora was connected to commercial agora in the harbor by means of a wide street in the north direction. İzmir Agora is the biggest state agora inside the city.”
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“Alsancak is ‘pure İzmir’ truly resembling the town. As a well-known, beautiful poem on Izmir goes, you can smell the “fragrance of both ladies and the sea” best in Alsancak, the liveliest and most vibrant quarter of the town. Maybe due to the phonetics of its name or maybe because of its atmosphere, Alsancak is the first place that comes to mind for shopping in İzmir. The luxurious brands appealing to higher classes side by side decent affordable boutiques demonstrates the colorful variety of Alsancak. Luxury class stores of famous World brands are within a close vicinity around Mustafa Bey Street, Plevne Avenue and Gül Street. Let’s walk by Sevinç Patisserie into Kıbrıs Şehitleri, the town’s popular meeting spot. You’ll see cheerful people, all smiling, typical for Izmirians. You can see a lot of different faces here but for sure not an ugly one. As a town inhabited by migrants from Greece and Balkans, Izmir is the capital of beauty and freedom in Turkey. Kıbrıs Şehitleri purely reflects the spirit of İzmir, one can say. And, shopping… What colours the street is doubtlessly not only the cheerful people but also several shops and stores along, which are as diverse as the people there. In these shops of all sizes and styles, you can find a wide range of goods varying from ethnic designed handmade bags and leather shoes to souvenirs, stylish hats and accessories to clothes, at affordable prices. Also, famous World brands has their stores on Kıbrıs Şehitleri.”
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“Most popular and crowded street of İzmir surrounded by basically everything :)”
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Administrative Area Level 4
“Bu mekandan kumru ve karışık yemeden ayrılmayın. Zira bunu mükemmel yapıyorlar. Ayrıca bu yerde tarihi denizaltı ve gemi vardır. Öğrenciyseniz ücretsiz girebilirsiniz. ”
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“this is the breathing heart of Izmir city, you'll understand when you'll be there.”
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Centre commercial
“Mavibahce is a semi-open unique design shopping center in Bostanlı/Karsıyaka. You may find restaurants, cafes, cinemas, magazines with local and world-known brands. You may go there by Izban or ferry with tram connection.”
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Administrative Area Level 4
“The heart of İzmir, one of the oldest bazaars in Turkey, Kemeraltı is one of the best places to see in the city. Known to exist since the ancient times, there are a lot of historical artifacts throughout the bazaar such as fountains, inns, Turkish baths, mosques and prayer rooms. You feel as if you are time travelling while entering the bazaar from the Anafartalar Street”
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Autres grands espaces
“karsiyaka izmir in en güzel ilçelerinden biridir Karsiyakalı olmak bir ayrıcalıktır Gezilecek guzel buyuk bir carsisi sahil boyu cafeleri barları avm leri ve buyuk bır hayvanat bahcesine ev sahipligi yapan bir ilce karsiyaka ”
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“This natural park is really big! If you have a enough time in Izmir, you can go there.”
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“It is an outdoor shopping mall with lots of international and local brands.”
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“Optimum is one of the biggest outlet center in Europe. You can find so many local and world-known brands. Meanwhile, you may also find many restaurants, cafes, and cinemas.”
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“Great musicians and composers are here almost every week from all over the world. Beside this you can visit the art gallery inside.”
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