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    Herhangi Bir İlin İngilizce Tanıtımı Türkiyeden








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    İZMİR
    Izmir is the pearl of the Aegean, a fascinating city whose history begins in the mists of legend. Turkey's third largest city and second most important port, Izmir is the center of tourism in the region. This modern city still retains traces of its ancient, Ottoman and Levantine past.


    AGORA: Revealed in central Izmir during excavations carried out in 1932-1941 in the district of Namazgah. eovering an area of 120 x 80 m, the agora throws invaluable light on Roman period Izmir. it was not only a market place, but the location of public institutions and the Temple of Zeus. The agora is open to the public between 9.00 -12.00 and 13.00 -18.00. The statues found here are on exhibit in Izmir Archaeological Museum.
    ALSANCAK: A select neighbourhood with a unique character in modern Izmir. Stretching from the waterfront esplanade inland most of the area has been transformed into a pedestrian precinct, so there is no trarffic to disturb shoppers and strollers.The streets lined by modern buildings and attractive shops lead onto the square where Alsancak station stands. Dating from 1858 the colonial architecture of the station distinguishes it in style from the rest of the city. Trains to Buca, Aydin and Denizli depart from here.
    ANGLICAN CHURCH : This church was built in 1835 by Levantines of English extraction living in Buca. The church is famous for its wood carving, beautiful stained glass windows and huge organ.
    ASANSOR: The city's famous public elevator, and a symbol of Izmir. This elevator links Mithatpasa street below with Halil Rifat Pasa street at the summit of the precipitous hill. It was built in 1907 and restored by the municipality in 1993. The upper terrace has a breathtaking view over the city and the bay. Here there is an Open-air cafe, a restaurant and a Genoese tavern.
    BALCOVA: This spa is on the outskirts of Izmir on the road to Urla and Çesme. Turn left at Inciralti crossroads to reach Balçova thermal springs one kilometer down the road. Known as the Agamemnon Springs in antiquity, this may have been the first hydrotherapy center of the ancient world. Today there are modern facilities for visitors to the hot springs and luxury hotels. The temperature of the water is 63 degrees C.
    BARLAR SOKAGI: Street of Bars. Some of the attractive old houses under conservation order in Alsancak now house bars and restaurants.
    BASMANE: In this district are Izmir's oldfashioned shopping streets, the park where the famous Izmir Fair is held each summer, and Basmane station. The trains to Manisa, and suburban rail buses to Bornova and other destinations leave from this station.
    BORNOVA: A suburb of Izmir, Bornova was the hub of the Levantine community in the late l9th and 20th centuries. Today it houses the campus of Ege University The Izmir-Manisa road passes through Bornova, which is linked to the city centre by a 7 km railway line.

    BUCA: Once Izmir's summer resort, Buca is today part of the city. With a population of 200000 in 1990, Buca is today a commercial and university district. The British Levantine merchants who ran businesses in Izmir from the late l8th century onward s built imposing mansions here. Not until the 1950s did Buca undergo radical change as various institutions moved into the mansions, whose extensive gardens are under conservation.
    CLIMATE: Typical mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and warm wet winters. The average temperature is 18 degrees C. Snowfall is extremely rare, and approximately 148 days of the year are clear and sunny.
    CLOCK TOWER: Another symbol of the city, this picturesque clock tower in Konak Meydan was build in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Abduhamit II's accession to the throne. The clock itsetf was a gift of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. The 25 m high tower is currently being restored.

    CESME: This popular and attractive resort west of lzmir is famous for its modern hotels, sparkling clean sea and wonderful sandy beaches.
    CIPURA: Izmir's Iegendary fish. Found widely in both the Mediterranean and Aegean, this delicious fish with a dark blue back and silvery sides is now extensively farmed. Go into any of Izmir's many sea food restaurants and order grilled Cipura, acc ompanied by a salad of diverse local herbs and pure olive oiI. What could be more sublime!
    DOKUZ EYLUL: 9 September l922... The day when Izmir was liberated from three years of Greek occupation following the Great Attack launched by the Turkish army on 26 August. One of the major events ln the Turkish War of Independence, this date is th e name of one of the city's universities.

    FOCA: A picturesque fishing town 50 km north of Izmir. A magnet for holliday makers during summer today, Foca was an important Ionian town in antiquity. The Phokaians were famed for their commercial prowess, courage and seamanship. They establishe d trading cololnies at distant ports, and were the founders of the French port of Marseilles (the ancient Massalia).
    HISAR MOSQUE: The city's most magnificent mosque in the district of Hisar next to Kemeralti office complex. The mosque was built by Yakup Bey in 1592. It is roofed by a large dome resting on eight piers, and noted for the decoration on the altar ni che and pulpit.
    HOUSE OF THE VIRGIN MARY: This holy Christian shrine on Mt.Bulbul between Selcuk and Ephesus was sanctifìed by Pope Paul VI in 1967, after the Vatican confirmed that the Virgin Mary had spent the last years of her life here. Numerous travel agencie s in Izmir organise day tours to the House of the Virgin Mary and Ephesus.

    IMBAT : The sea breeze which brings relief to Izmir's inhabitants in the blazing heat of high summer.
    IZMIR FAIR: Since I932 this international trade fair has been the highlight of the summer season in Izmir. From late August to early September the fair doubles as a popular festival of music and stage events in the Culture Park.
    IZMIR KOFTE: 'Izmir's best known local dish, now popular almost everywhere in Turkey. But to enjoy it at its finest you must eat it at the house of an Izmir family or in an old fashioned backstreet restaurant in the city. Finely minced meat is kne aded with Onion juice, salt, pepper and fresh breadcrumbs. Shaped into balls or fingers this mixture is fried, and placed on a bed of fried green peppers, tomatoes and potatoes in a shallow pan. Serve hot.
    KADIFEKALE: Velvet Castle, to be literal. This 4th century BC castle commands a bird's eye view of Izmir and is th perfect place to watch the sun set over the city.

    KARSIYAKA: The name of this district of Izmir on the north shore off Izmir Bay means "opposite shore", as indeed it is. The inhabitants of this pleasant residential area with its Own esplanade claim an identity distinct from the rest of the city. In their view, Karsiyaka is a town in its own right with an individual cultulre and history.
    KEMERALTI: The old fashioned shopping district of Izmir, consisting of narrow streets winding their way from Konak towards central Izmir around Anafartalar Caddesi. Here you can find jewellers, drapers, shoemaker, and shops specialising in all kind s of goods from leather to olives and cheese. The atmosphere of an earlier century still pervades the bulidings here, with their distinctive 19th century doorways and roof tiles.
    KORDON: The famous esplanade between Konak Meydan and Alsancak is packed with promenaders on weekends and fine evenings. As families and young lovers hand in hand stroll along the waterfront, horse-drawn phaetons with colourful ponpons swinging from the harnesses es trot past, and cars cruise by. Izmir's esplanade is the subject of a popular old song:"My lover seemed to say/Let us meet on the Kordon one day/Perhaps at ten o'clock".
    LOKMA: Lokma is Izmir's celebrated sweet pastry. Tiny balls of yeast dough are fried in hot oil and steeped in syrup as you wait. Queues olf customers gather at the stalls where the best lokma is made.
    PASAPORT: (Not a printing error, but the Turkish for "passport). The name for the dock and pier between Konak and Cumhuriyet Meydan. Pasasaport Dock was built in 1876. The dock building is in the Turkish revival style inspired by Ottoman and Selcuk architecture which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Until not so long ago the area was full of old fashioned coffee houses which served waterpipes as well as tea and coffee, but today pubs have supplanted most of them.
    PERGAMUM: The remains of this magnificent ancient city are situated north of Imir. Founded in the early 3rd century BC, Pergamum was the most powerful and extensive kingdom of Western Anatolia throughout the Hellenistic periold. Parchment is though t to have been invented here. On the hill which rises steeply in the centre of Pergamum is the Acropolis and the world's steepest amphitheatre with seating for 16,000 people. The remains of temples Of Athena and Dionysus. The splendid altar of Zeus at the entrance of the Acropolis was taken to Berlin Museum by Carl Humann in 1871. A fligth of 20 steps leads up to this remarkable structure, which dwarfs the room at Berlin Museum, as it awaits expectantly the day when it will be released from confinement and return to its hilltop site in Pergamum.The ruins of the Asclepion on the plain below reveal almost all the original features as a result of the excavations. Named after the god of medicine Asclepios, this complex was one of the foremost heath cent ers of the ancient world.
    SELCUK: A town in the foothills of the Aydin mountains 94 km south of Izmir. SeIcuk is the site of Ephesus Museum, a magnificent castle and the 6th century Basilica of St.John. The road to the resorts of Marmaris and Bodrum passes through Selcuk, w hile Kusadasi, port of call for many yachts and cruise liners, is just a twenty minute drive to the north.
    SMYRNA: The ancient name for Izmir and the heroic Amazon who founded the city according to Herodotus and Strabon.
    TEOS: The ruins of Teos are set amidst olive groves at one end of Sigacik harbour near Seferihisar, famous for its beaches and thermal springs. Thales relates that Teos was selected as capital of the league of twelve Ionian cities in the 7th centur y BC. The largest temple of Dionysus ever built in Teos.
    TEPEKULE: Excavations at Tepekule in the district of Bayrakli have thrown light on Izmir's early history. Izmir was oriinally a settlement of the Aeolians, who were conteporaries of the first Trojans, and dates back to the third miilenium BC. The c ity was subsequently occupied by the Ionians, and the Lydian King Alyattes conquered the region in 600 BC, razing Izmir's temples and houses. Today the ruins of the Temple of Athena and houses can be seen at Tepekule.
    URLA: Urla is a resort 42 km from Izmir n the road to Cesme. Izmirians spend their summers and weekends here, the site of the ancient Ionian city of Klazomenai. This city was the birthplace of the illustrious philosopher Anaxogoras, and is latterly also famous for a local pastry dish "katmer" and for its meat and fis restaurants.
    WILD HERBS: Dishes made with fresh herbs have a special place in the Aegean cuisine. When spring comes local markets are filled with green vegetables, many of them local wild varieties gathered from meadows and mountains, such as radika, turpotu, h ardalotu, and cibes (the first shoots of cauliflower) and many more. The leaves are washed, blanched and served with a ressing of lemon juice and olive oil.

    KIRIKKALE
    As a city, the establishment and development or Kırıkkale is rather new. But its surrounding geographical areas are known to be very old settlement area going back centuries. Archeological items like caves, underground cities and ardtifical mounds founds in different parts of this province prove such knowledge.
    After the Malazgirt Victory of 1071, the area around Bohrek Mountain, being a hinterland of Kırıkkale, became the first place of struggles for Anatolia to be a Turkish and İslamic land. Then, one of the first Türk-İslam settlement centrs is Balişeyh town which was established in 1120 AD.
    During the succeeding centuries, it is seen that various Oğuz Türkmen tribes were inhabited in this area. These tribes had moved from Central Asia to Anatolia. There are Otoman Empire archives about “Oğuzhan tribe inhabited in region called”Kırıkkale” (as it was prounced at that time) nearby Ankara. These documents show us that this region had been called Kırıkkala 200-300 years ago. During the last period of Otoman Empire the Kırıkkale region attracted the atention with settlement areas like Yahşihan, Kırıkköy and Yuvaköy and Kızılırmak valley of Keskin subdivision of Kırşehir sanjak of Ankara Province.
    Also Evliya Çelebi mentioned with praise the settlement areas in the surrounding of Kırıkkale on the way of the Silk Road like Keskin, Yahşihan and Sulakyurt.
    With the construction of Weapon İndustry, in the early years of the Republic of Turkey, Kırıkkale became an important settlement centre of the region with its history, culture and indurstry.








  2. Gizli @ yara
    Özel Üye





    GEOGRAPHİCAL CHARACTERİSTİCS

    Kırıkkale is among the cities situated in central Anatolia. Its altitude from the sea level is 700 mts, and it covers an area of about 4600 kms square . Kırıkkale is located in the middle of the Kızılırmak River.

    Kırıkkale is surrounded by Çorum, Yozgat and Kırşehir to the east, Kırşehir to the South, Ankara to the west, and Çankırı to the north.

    The province of Kırıkkale is, for the most part, surrounded by a number of rivers. These rivers play an important part in the formation of natural borders with neighbouring provinces.

    Its western border is separated from Ankara by means of the Kızılırmak river; its eastern border with Kırşehir by Kılıçözü stream; and its western border with Çorum by Delice stream.

    THE MAIN PLANTS

    The natural plantation of Kırıkkale is made up of stepe plants. A wide variety of plants tend to be dry and salty. Plants such as geven, harmal and thistle are typical examples. Those which grow spontaneously are rather rich. Yavşanotu, carnation, daisy, purge, mint, balckberry, netle, licorice, kuşburnu, madımak, ebegümeci, mustard and thyme can in particular be mentioned. The woodlands of Kırıkkale are only a few. The forests in Sulakyurt, Koçubaba and Denek consist of dumpy oak and partially of juniper.

    CLIMATIC FEATURES

    The climate of Kırıkkale can be described as a continental climate. Accordingly, winters are cold and rainy, and summers are hot and dry. However Kırıkkale also has a partially mild climate because of some topographical features. Here a variety of small islets of climate can be found. All kinds of vegetables and furits are grown earlier than the other provinces because some of these islets are below 700 mts.

    Annual average rainfall in the province is about 355 mms. In winter, it often rains in the form of snow due to high pressure. In spring, the rainfall reaches at its highest. In summer, the rainfall is minimal. In fall, it tends to increase.

    The annual average temperature of Kırıkkale is 11-12 degrees. July and August are the hottest months, whereas January and February are the coldest.

    MOUNTAINS

    The Karagüney mountains cause the North of the province to be steeped and broken. The Tokus mountain (1306 mts) is located in the North of Kırıkkale. Denek mountain is located in the middle of Kırıkkale and its altitude is 1744 mts. The Küre mountain (1522 mts) is located in the west of Kırıkkale, whereas the Karaca mountain is the southwest of Kırıkkale. The Behrek mountain (1522 mts) is located in between Keskin and Çelebi. The Denek mountain range extends along Keskin and Çelebi and the Denek mountain range extends between Keskin and İzzettin villages in the South of Çoruhözü

    POPULATION

    Altough it was a village of 12 houses in 1925, today, Kırıkkale is the 22 nd biggest city in Turkey. The first census in Kırıkkale was conducted in 1940. Its population that year was 11.484. When Kırıkkale was a district of Ankara in 1950, its population was 15.750; in 1960 42.000; in 1970 91.658 and in 2000 205.078.

    KIRIKKALE’S TURNING INTO A PROVINCE

    While a district of Ankara, Kırıkkale was accorded the status of a province in accordance with the law no 3578 of 21 June 1989. Today, Kırıkkale is the 22nd largest city in Turkey with its 9 districts, 174 villages, and on the basis of a General Population Census conducted in 1990, a population of 349.396. The first Governor to be appointed to Kırıkkale was Fikret Güven (1989-1992), and the rest are as follows: Uğur İnan (1992-1993), Şahabettin Harput (1993-1996), Behiç Çelik (1996-2003) and Mustafa Bahrettin Demirer (2003-….)

    HASANDEDE MOSQUE AND TOMBS

    The complex of Hasandede mosque and tombs is located in Hasandede town, 10 km. from the city centrum of Kırıkkale. The mosque was built by Hasandede (Doğan bey) in 1605 AD. İt has been restored three times; in 1777 (by Mustafa Efendi), in 1807 (by Sheikh İbrahim), and in 1894 (by Seikh Vali). The walls, made of red and brown “Kufeki” stones, are rather thick. The minaret made of brick is called “cherafat”. The mihrab made of plaster,is ornamented with geomatric shaped relieves. On of the tombs, on the west of the mosque, belong to Hasandede and the other to his sons.

    SHEIK SAMI MOSQUET TOMB

    Situated in the centre of Sulakyurt Mosque constructed by Sheik Sami who is the founder of city. His tomb is near this mosque.

    RAHMİ PEHLİVANLI


    Born in Keskin, a town of Kırıkkale, had used a classical style in his first paintings. Later on he developed his own special way of painting and became famous in Turkey and in the world. In 1952, he began to make potraits by that of Nene Hatun, the brave Turkish woman who joined the Aziziye Defense of 93 (1877-78). This work of him exhibited in the Military Museum.

    Because of his international success in his artistic Works and his own special technique of painting, the Pan-News Acengy chose him as “the man of the year 1978”. In 1981, he was awarded with an honorary membership by “Roma Acedemico Benemerito”. He made 29 portraits of local and foreign political leaders

    LOCAL DRESSES

    Ornoments hold an important place in traditional woman dresses. On head; coloured head scarf, hand painted cloths with a kind of embroidery, embroidered winding with gilded silver or gold thread, chin and neck woofts, red-green-blue “ziliflik” swinging down on both sides of the head. On the back; shirt made of raw silk, over it gaity waistcost is weared. Over te waist; silk thread or cashmere shawl belt is attached. Silk speckled apron or three skirt baggy thousers is usually weared. Rich people wear belts with reliefed buckles over their waists. On the feet; socks knitted from angora and special “onguraklı” shoes or shoes with soft bases are weared

    FOLK DANCES

    In Kırıkkale region, various folk dances originated from different parts of Turkey are played. They include “Mork Koyun, Menekşe, Hüdayda, Bugün Ayın Işığı, KerForum Kurallarını Okuyalım !!! KerForum Kurallarını Okuyalım !!! Üstüne and Slow Bar “

    Special favourite folk dances of Keskin and Kırıkkale are “Ağır Halay, İkileme, Üçleme” called in general “Halay”.

    NATURALATTRACTIONS

    Streams : Kızılırmak River, Delice Creek, Okun Stream, Çoruhözü, Acıözü and Kılıçözü.

    Lakes : Dipsiz and Kepir lakes, Kapulukaya Dam Lake, Ahılı Pond.

    High Plateaus : Hodar, Bedesten, Kamilsi and Sarıkaya on Küre Mountain; Gümüşpınarı, Pehlivanlı, Suludere, Yeşilkaya and Azgın on Denek Mountain; Koçu and Koçu Mountain.

    Kızılırmak Valley : Provides all recreational facilities to the people living in Kırıkkale and in nerarby areas. After completion of the Gren Valley Project a zone of 24 km in lenght will become a cultural and touristic centre.



    THE WEAPON MUSEUM

    The weapon museum wes established by Silahsan in 1991 and includes all types of weapons of years between 15th and 20th centruies, used in wars by Otoman Empire and soma Eupean Countries. These weapons were collected Tophane and various places of Anatolia and millitary factories. They are exhibited in special hall designed in the museum after establishing their technical and historical peculiarities.

    THE CESNIGIR BRIDGE

    The Çeşnigir Bridge was built by great Turkish Architect Sinan during the military expedition of Yavuz Sultan Selim ton conquer Egypt. It had been used as water crossing on Kızılırmak river before the construction of Kapulukaya Dam, but the piers of bridge are now in the reservoir.

    HISTORICALAND ARCHEOLOGICAL MONUMENTS

    The Sheikh Mustafa Karababa Tomb : Situated 12 km. northwest of Delice town.

    The ruins of Dikilitaş: Tumulus situated in Bozkoy and registered as an archeologial site.

    Çarşı Mosque : Construction of 18th century in Keskin.

    Çeşnigir Bridge : Situated in Köprüköy, Keskin; was constructed by Great Architect Sinan during the military expeditions of Yavuz Sultan Selim to conquer Egypt.

    Antique Road : Situated Köprüköy.

    Sheikh Bedrettin Mosque and Tomb : Situated in Sulakyurt and constructed by his son sheikh Sadrettin for honour of this Sheikh of Naksibend tariqa, in 15th century.





  3. DestaN
    Üye
    Örneğin Izmir tanitimi vikipedi 'den

    (bu sadece tanitimin bir bølümü, daha bicok bilgi var Izmir hakkinda)




    İzmir, historically Smyrna, is the third most populous city of Turkey and the country's largest port after İstanbul It is located in the Gulf of İzmir, by the Aegean Sea It is the capital of İzmir Province The city of İzmir is composed of 9 metropolitan districts (Balçova, Bornova, Buca, Çiğli, Gaziemir, Güzelbahçe, Karşıyaka, Konak, and Narlıdere), each with its own distinct features and temperament The total population as of 2007 is 2,649,582, of which 2,606,294 is urban[1] The total area of the nine districts is 855 km²[2]

    İzmir has almost 3,500 years of urban past, and possibly that much more of advanced human settlement It is Turkey's first port for exports and its free zone, a Turkish-US joint-venture established in 1990, is the leader among the twenty in Turkey Its workforce, and particularly its rising class of young professionals, concentrated either in the city or in its immediate vicinity (such as in Manisa), and under either larger companies or SMEs, affirm their name in an increasingly wider global scale and intensity [3] İzmir is widely regarded as one of the most liberal Turkish cities in terms of values, ideology, lifestyle, dynamism and gender roles It is a stronghold of the Republican People's Party, although it lost a lot of ground to the ruling AKP party in the 2007 election



    Cafés along the historic Pasaport Quay (1877) at the port of İzmir





    The city hosts an international arts festival during June and July, and the İzmir International Fair, one among the city's many fair and exhibition events, is held in the beginning of September every year It is served by national and international flights through Adnan Menderes Airport and there is a modern rapid transit line running Southwest to Northeast İzmir hosted the Mediterranean Games in 1971 and the World University Games (Universiade) in 2005 It had a running bid submitted to the BIE to host the Universal Expo 2015, in March, 2008, that was lost to Milan Modern İzmir also incorporates the nearby ancient cities of Ephesus, Pergamon, Sardis and Klazomenai, and centers of international tourism such as Kuşadası, Çeşme, Mordoğan and Foça

    Despite its advantageous location and its heritage, until recently İzmir has suffered, as one author puts it, from a "sketchy understanding" in the eyes of outsiders When the Ottomans took over İzmir in the 15th century they did not inherit compelling historical memories, unlike the two other keys of the trade network, namely İstanbul and Aleppo Its emergence as a major international port as of the 17th century was largely a result of the attraction it exercised over foreigners, and the city's European orientation[4] Very different people found İzmir attractive over the ages and the city has always been governed by fresh inspirations, including for the very location of its center, and is quick to adopt novelties and projects





  4. memo555666
    Yeni Üye
    Kozlu Ancient City : Situated in Sulakyurt.

    Sheikh Şami Mosque and Tomb : Situated in centre of Sulakyurt Mosque was consturcted by Sheikh Sami who is the founder of this city. His tomb is near this mosque.

    Belli Mosque and Tomb : Situated in Balişeyh and probably was built in 14th century.

    THE CUISINE OF KIRIKKALE

    The cuisine of Kırıkkale is a reflection of the classical Middle Anatolian dişhes. Those who come to the city tend to choose the kind of dishes that is characteristic of their place of origin. Nonetheless certain dishes peculiar to this region have also developed.

    As vegetable growing and animal husbandry constitue a very important source of income, the types of food cooked in this region have developed accordingly.

    In all rural areas. “yufka” (thin layer of dough) is baked as bread. Various foods have sprung from “yufka” among which “bazlama, gözleme, alazlama, kömbe and katmer” are particularly widespread.

    All sorts of vegetable dishes are available in the region, like bean, aubergine, potato, courgette and cabbage which can be either fried, boiled, watered or roasted.

    Altough meat can ber used as addition to every meal, it is the main ingredient of diferent varieties of dishes. Boil-among the animal products milk, yoghurt and cheese can be used as addition to every kind of dishes. Morever, they are used in dishes like “çılbır”, and in dessert like rice puding.

    Some of the dishes which distinguish this region from the others are the following:

    Arap aşı, batallaş, çürütme (çılbır), su böreği and mantı as pastry.

    Grapes obtained in particular from the vineyards of Hasandede are used to make desserts like “pekmez” (boiled grape juice), “çalma, ekşi, ayranlı pekmez (boiled grape juice with buttermilk), yumurta tatlısı (egg sweet)”. Besides, helva (sweetmeat prepared with seasame oil), “haside” and “höşmerim” are also among the sweets made in the region.

    COMMON PROVERBS AND IDIOMS USED IN THE REGION

    - Since Allah exists, there is no hardship.

    - The feet suffer the foolishness of the head.

    - Two skins cannot be obtained from one sheep.

    - One who holds honey on the fingers, licks his/her finger.

    - You are a poor fool, what is there for you in a silver pipe (zurna).

    - One who does not show mercy on himself, will not show it to his beloved.

    - Gin is not the same as Satan

    - That which is needed should be kept away from the unneeded.

    - The stone will not desert its hometown unless the saddlebag begins to slide down.

    - A woman is not a bag whom you can throw out as you wish.

    - The young girl who relies on her lover, ends us with no husband.

    - An ill-mannered person is like an untinned (copper) plate.

    - Your charity would beter be worth the frogs you’ve frightened.

    - Tha son of a wolf will be a wolf.

    - Allah is the guarantor of sustenance.

    - Summer does not arrive with only one flower blossoming.

    - The flood goes but the sand remains.



    ISTANBUL

    İstanbul is very important place in the world.The city is spread over an area of 7.500 km2 150 km long and 50 km wide.Istanbul became the biggest and the most crowded city of Europe.Because, ıts location between Asia and Europe, the city always had a great geopolitical importance.the city population is estimate 12 to15 millions.

    Around 2 millions tourists visit İstanbul every year.They are see the historical and natural beauties of the city. The city has a lots of historical mosque,church and museums of Turkey.

    THE ÇAMLICA HILL

    Çamlıca hill is the higgest hill in İstanbul.It is 263 m. high from the sea level.It was used as a picnic area.In the 1980 is the Touring Automobile Association built a series of restaurant,a Turkish cafe and a park

    THE TAKSIM SQUARE

    The large square at the end of the Istıklal street is the Taksim square, which is one of the most active centers of İstanbul.The square is the most important for Istanbul.There are a lot of different counturies people.There are a lot of big department store this place is really beatiful.

    BOSPHORUS BRİDGE OR THE ATATÜRK BRIDGE

    The project preparations were started in1950.The bridge building started in 1970.It was completed on 29 October 1973.

    It was built by German and England engineers.Thirty five engineers and four hundred Turkish workers were employed during the construstion.Its cost was $25 millions.The height of the bridge from sea is 64 m.

    The Atatürk Bridge carries 200.000 vehicles and 600.000 people a day.



    THE FATİH SULTAN MEHMET BRIDGE

    The Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge was built between 1985 and 1988 the opening date was at the save time the 535th anniversary of the Otoman conquest of the city.



    THE SÜLEYMANIYE MOSQUE

    It was built by Architect Sinan, the most famous architect at Ottoman history between 1550-1557 Süleymaniye Mosque, according to the construction reports of those days,5.723 workers (of these 1.713 are Moslems, 3.523 Christians ) completed the construction in 2.7 million working days.The cost of the mosque is $60 millions today.

    THE LEANDROS TOWER

    The leandros Tower covers on area of 1250 m2 and was built 200 metres from the Usküdar beach.It has got a intelligent history.

    One day a witch has got apples for the girl and gave her a poisana us apple, she did after eating it.That is why the tower is called the Leandros Tower

    THE GALATA TOWER

    This tower at the slopes of Galata is visible every where in the city, and is 61 m. tall.The tower is at the hill which over looks both to the Bospherus and the Golden Horn and the sea of Marmara.

    One day,an scientist named Hazerfen Ahmet Çelebi jumped down the tower and flew to the opposite side of the Bosphorus strait by using the wings which he had invented ( 17th century )

    THE FORTRESS

    It was constructed with the order of Yıldırım Beyazıd in 1393, during one of the sicges of İstanbul.It is opposite to the Rumeli Hisarı.In the previous period there was a Christian Church at the same place.

    Its original name was Güzelce Hisar.

    There are a lots of pashas villas.These are the Bahriyeli Sedat Bey Villa, the Zarif Mustafa Pahsa Villa, constructed in the 19 th century; the Yağcı Sefik Bey Villa, constructed in 1905 and the Hasan Pahsa Villa.

    THE DOLMABAHÇE PALACE MUSEUM

    The Dolmabahçe Palace Museum was built between 1611-1614.It ıs that 14 tens of gold and 40 tons of silver were used for the decoration of the palace.The furniture was bought from Paris, the vases from Hereke and Lyan , the crytal materials from Bccarant and the the can dlesticks from England with special order.Almost all of 131 large and 99smal hand-made carpets are silk carpets, and they were woven in the royal workshops in Hereke.The total area covered by the carpets is 4.500 square meters.The total area at the palace is 250.000 square meters



    There are 12 gates.There are 285 rooms, 43 holls, 6 balconies, 6 hamams and 1427 windows.In the deconation, 156 clocks, 280 vases and 58 candle sticks.By the way, the carpet of 124 m2 is the second largest hand-made Hereke carpet in Turkey.


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    Where is İzmir?

    Izmir is the pearl of the Aegean, a fascinating city whose history begins in the mists of legend. Turkey's third largest city and second most important port, Izmir is the center of tourism in the region. This modern city still retains traces of its ancient, Ottoman and Levantine past.




    AGORA: Revealed in central Izmir during excavations carried out in 1932-1941 in the district of Namazgah. eovering an area of 120 x 80 m, the agora throws invaluable light on Roman period Izmir. it was not only a market place, but the location of public institutions and the Temple of Zeus. The agora is open to the public bet**en 9.00 -12.00 and 13.00 -18.00. The statues found here are on exhibit in Izmir Archaeological Museum.

    ALSANCAK: A select neighbourhood with a unique character in modern Izmir. Stretching from the waterfront esplanade inland most of the area has been transformed into a pedestrian precinct, so there is no trarffic to disturb shoppers and strollers.The streets lined by modern buildings and attractive shops lead onto the square where Alsancak station stands. Dating from 1858 the colonial architecture of the station distinguishes it in style from the rest of the city. Trains to Buca, Aydin and Denizli depart from here.

    ANGLICAN CHURCH : This church was built in 1835 by Levantines of English extraction living in Buca. The church is famous for its wood carving, beautiful stained glass windows and huge organ.

    ASANSOR: The city's famous public elevator, and a symbol of Izmir. This elevator links Mithatpasa street below with Halil Rifat Pasa street at the summit of the precipitous hill. It was built in 1907 and restored by the municipality in 1993. The upper terrace has a breathtaking view over the city and the bay. Here there is an Open-air cafe, a restaurant and a Genoese tavern.

    BALCOVA: This spa is on the outskirts of Izmir on the road to Urla and Çesme. Turn left at Inciralti crossroads to reach Balçova thermal springs one kilometer down the road. Known as the Agamemnon Springs in antiquity, this may have been the first hydrotherapy center of the ancient world. Today there are modern facilities for visitors to the hot springs and luxury hotels. The temperature of the water is 63 degrees C.

    BARLAR SOKAGI: Street of Bars. Some of the attractive old houses under conservation order in Alsancak now house bars and restaurants.

    BASMANE: In this district are Izmir's oldfashioned shopping streets, the park where the famous Izmir Fair is held each summer, and Basmane station. The trains to Manisa, and suburban rail buses to Bornova and other destinations leave from this station.

    BORNOVA: A suburb of Izmir, Bornova was the hub of the Levantine community in the late l9th and 20th centuries. Today it houses the campus of Ege University The Izmir-Manisa road passes through Bornova, which is linked to the city centre by a 7 km railway line.



    BUCA: Once Izmir's summer resort, Buca is today part of the city. With a population of 200000 in 1990, Buca is today a commercial and university district. The British Levantine merchants who ran businesses in Izmir from the late l8th century onward s built imposing mansions here. Not until the 1950s did Buca undergo radical change as various institutions moved into the mansions, whose extensive gardens are under conservation.

    CLIMATE: Typical mediterranean climate, with hot dry summers and warm **t winters. The average temperature is 18 degrees C. Snowfall is extremely rare, and approximately 148 days of the year are clear and sunny.

    CLOCK TO**R: Another symbol of the city, this picturesque clock to**r in Konak Meydan was build in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Abduhamit II's accession to the throne. The clock itsetf was a gift of Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. The 25 m high to**r is currently being restored.



    CESME: This popular and attractive resort **st of lzmir is famous for its modern hotels, sparkling clean sea and wonderful sandy beaches.

    CIPURA: Izmir's Iegendary fish. Found widely in both the Mediterranean and Aegean, this ****cious fish with a dark blue back and silvery sides is now extensively farmed. Go into any of Izmir's many sea food restaurants and order grilled Cipura, acc ompanied by a salad of diverse local herbs and pure olive oiI. What could be more sublime!

    DOKUZ EYLUL: 9 September l922 The day when Izmir was liberated from three years of Greek occupation following the Great Attack launched by the Turkish army on 26 August. One of the major events ln the Turkish War of Independence, this date is th e name of one of the city's universities.



    FOCA: A picturesque fishing town 50 km north of Izmir. A magnet for holliday makers during summer today, Foca was an important Ionian town in antiquity. The Phokaians **re famed for their commercial pro**ss, courage and seamanship. They establishe d trading cololnies at distant ports, and **re the founders of the French port of Marseilles (the ancient Massalia).

    HISAR MOSQUE: The city's most magnificent mosque in the district of Hisar next to Kemeralti office complex. The mosque was built by Yakup Bey in 1592. It is roofed by a large dome resting on eight piers, and noted for the decoration on the altar ni che and pulpit.

    HOUSE OF THE VIRGIN MARY: This holy Christian shrine on Mt.Bulbul bet**en Selcuk and Ephesus was sanctifìed by Pope Paul VI in 1967, after the Vatican confirmed that the Virgin Mary had spent the last years of her life here. Numerous travel agencie s in Izmir organise day tours to the House of the Virgin Mary and Ephesus.



    IMBAT : The sea breeze which brings relief to Izmir's inhabitants in the blazing heat of high summer.

    IZMIR FAIR: Since I932 this international trade fair has been the highlight of the summer season in Izmir. From late August to early September the fair doubles as a popular festival of music and stage events in the Culture Park.

    IZMIR KOFTE: 'Izmir's best known local dish, now popular almost everywhere in Turkey. But to enjoy it at its finest you must eat it at the house of an Izmir family or in an old fashioned backstreet restaurant in the city. Finely minced meat is kne aded with Onion juice, salt, pepper and fresh breadcrumbs. Shaped into balls or fingers this mixture is fried, and placed on a bed of fried green peppers, tomatoes and potatoes in a shallow pan. Serve hot.

    KADIFEKALE: Velvet Castle, to be literal. This 4th century BC castle commands a bird's eye view of Izmir and is th perfect place to watch the sun set over the city.



    KARSIYAKA: The name of this district of Izmir on the north shore off Izmir Bay means "opposite shore", as indeed it is. The inhabitants of this pleasant residential area with its Own esplanade claim an identity distinct from the rest of the city. In their view, Karsiyaka is a town in its own right with an individual cultulre and history.

    KEMERALTI: The old fashioned shopping district of Izmir, consisting of narrow streets winding their way from Konak towards central Izmir around Anafartalar Caddesi. Here you can find je**llers, drapers, shoemaker, and shops specialising in all kind s of goods from leather to olives and cheese. The atmosphere of an earlier century still pervades the bulidings here, with their distinctive 19th century doorways and roof tiles.

    KORDON: The famous esplanade bet**en Konak Meydan and Alsancak is packed with promenaders on **ekends and fine evenings. As families and young lovers hand in hand stroll along the waterfront, horse-drawn phaetons with colourful ponpons swinging from the harnesses es trot past, and cars cruise by. Izmir's esplanade is the subject of a popular old song:"My lover seemed to say/Let us meet on the Kordon one day/Perhaps at ten o'clock".

    LOKMA: Lokma is Izmir's celebrated s**et pastry. Tiny balls of yeast dough are fried in hot oil and steeped in syrup as you wait. Queues olf customers gather at the stalls where the best lokma is made.

    PASAPORT: (Not a printing error, but the Turkish for "passport). The name for the dock and pier bet**en Konak and Cumhuriyet Meydan. Pasasaport Dock was built in 1876. The dock building is in the Turkish revival style inspired by Ottoman and Selcuk architecture which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Until not so long ago the area was full of old fashioned coffee houses which served waterpipes as **ll as tea and coffee, but today pubs have supplanted most of them.

    PERGAMUM: The remains of this magnificent ancient city are situated north of Imir. Founded in the early 3rd century BC, Pergamum was the most po**rful and extensive kingdom of **stern Anatolia throughout the Hellenistic periold. Parchment is though t to have been invented here. On the hill which rises steeply in the centre of Pergamum is the Acropolis and the world's steepest amphitheatre with seating for 16,000 people. The remains of temples Of Athena and Dionysus. The splendid altar of Zeus at the entrance of the Acropolis was taken to Berlin Museum by Carl Humann in 1871. A fligth of 20 steps leads up to this remarkable structure, which dwarfs the room at Berlin Museum, as it awaits expectantly the day when it will be released from confinement and return to its hilltop site in Pergamum.The ruins of the Asclepion on the plain below reveal almost all the original features as a result of the excavations. Named after the god of medicine Asclepios, this complex was one of the foremost heath cent ers of the ancient world.

    SELCUK: A town in the foothills of the Aydin mountains 94 km south of Izmir. SeIcuk is the site of Ephesus Museum, a magnificent castle and the 6th century Basilica of St.John. The road to the resorts of Marmaris and Bodrum passes through Selcuk, w hile Kusadasi, port of call for many yachts and cruise liners, is just a t**nty minute drive to the north.

    SMYRNA: The ancient name for Izmir and the heroic Amazon who founded the city according to Herodotus and Strabon.

    TEOS: The ruins of Teos are set amidst olive groves at one end of Sigacik harbour near Seferihisar, famous for its beaches and thermal springs. Thales relates that Teos was selected as capital of the league of t**lve Ionian cities in the 7th centur y BC. The largest temple of Dionysus ever built in Teos.

    TEPEKULE: Excavations at Tepekule in the district of Bayrakli have thrown light on Izmir's early history. Izmir was oriinally a settlement of the Aeolians, who **re conteporaries of the first Trojans, and dates back to the third miilenium BC. The c ity was subsequently occupied by the Ionians, and the Lydian King Alyattes conquered the region in 600 BC, razing Izmir's temples and houses. Today the ruins of the Temple of Athena and houses can be seen at Tepekule.

    URLA: Urla is a resort 42 km from Izmir n the road to Cesme. Izmirians spend their summers and **ekends here, the site of the ancient Ionian city of Klazomenai. This city was the birthplace of the illustrious philosopher Anaxogoras, and is latterly also famous for a local pastry dish "katmer" and for its meat and fis restaurants.

    WILD HERBS: Dishes made with fresh herbs have a special place in the Aegean cuisine. When spring comes local markets are filled with green vegetables, many of them local wild varieties gathered from meadows and mountains, such as radika, turpotu, h ardalotu, and cibes (the first shoots of cauliflo**r) and many more. The leaves are washed, blanched and served with a ressing of lemon juice and olive oil.



    Türkçesi ..


    İzmir, nerededir?
    Izmir, Ege'nin incisidir, tarihi, efsanenin puslarında başlayan büyüleyici bir şehir. Türkiye'nin üçüncü en büyük şehri ve ikinci en önemli limanı, Izmir, bölgede turizmin merkezidir. Bu modern şehir hala, onun eskiden yaşamış kişisi, Osmanlısı ve Levantine geçmişinin izlerini tutar.

    Toplanma yeri: Gösterdi, kazılar esnasında merkezi Izmir'de, Namazgah bölgesinde 1932-1941'de tamamladı. 120 x-80'in bir alanının olduğu eovering, m, toplanma yeri, Romen döneminde paha biçilmez ışığı Izmir'e atar. Sadece bir pazar yeri değildi, ama umumi kurumlar ve Zeus tapınağının yeri.
    Toplanma yeri, -12.00 ve 13.00-18.00. Heykeller, Izmir'de sergilenen eşyada arkeolojik müze burada olduğunu buldu. ALSANCAK: Modern Izmir'de benzersiz bir karakterle seçkin bir çevre. Alanın çoğu liman bölgesi alanından içerilerde germek, bir yaya bölgesine dönüştürüldü, bundan dolayı, alışverişçiler ve gezinen kimseleri rahatsız etmesi için hiçbir trarffic yoktur. Modern binalar tarafından çizilen caddeler, ve çekici dükkanlar, Alsancak istasyonunun, durduğu kareye götürür. İstasyonun sömürgeci mimarisiyle 1858'den çıkmak, şehrin kalanından tarzda onu ayırır. Buca'ya trenler, Aydin ve Denizli, buradan ayrılır. Anglikan kilisesi: bu kilise, Buca'da yaşıyor olan İngilizce çıkarmasının Levantinesi tarafından 1835'te inşa edildi. Kilise onun tahtası için ünlü, kesiyor, güzel renkli cam pencereleri ve kocaman organ. 9.00'in arasında halka açıktır


    ASANSOR: Şehrin ünlü umumi asansörü, ve Izmir'in bir simgesi. Bu asansör, sarp tepenin zirvesinde Halil Rifat Pasa caddesiyle Mithatpasa caddesini aşağıda bağlar. 1907'de inşa edildi, ve 1993'te belediye tarafından iade edildi. Üst terasın, şehir ve koyun üzerinde nefes kesici bir görüşü var. Burada, bir açık hava kafesi, bir lokanta ve bir Genoese tavernası vardır.
    BALCOVA: Bu kaplıca, dış sınırda Urla ve Çesme'ye yolda Izmir'dendir. Dönüş, Inciralti kavşağında bir kilometre Balçova'ya kaplıcaları uzanmak için bıraktı, yolun aşağısıdır. Agamemnon olarak bilinen, antikalıkta sıçrar, bu, eski dünyanın ilk hidroterapi merkezi olmuş olabilir. Bugün, sıcak kaynaklar ve lüks otellerine ziyaretçiler için modern tesisler vardır.
    Suyun sıcaklığı, 63 derecedir, C. BARLAR SOKAGI'dir: Barların caddesi. Korumanın altında çekici yaşlı evlerin bir kısmı, Alsancak'ta şimdi ev barları ve lokantaları emreder.
    BASMANE: Bu bölgede Izmir'in oldfashionedi, caddelere alışverişe çıkıyor mu, adil ünlü Izmir'in, her yaz tutulduğu park, ve Basmane istasyonu. Manisa'ya trenler, ve Bornova'ya varoş parmaklık otobüsleri ve diğer varış yerleri, bu istasyondan bırakır.

    BORNOVA: Bir Izmir varoşu, Bornova, geç l9th ve 20inci yüzyıllarda Levantine toplumunun poyrasıydı. Bugün evlerin olduğu o, Izmir Manisa yolunun, bir 7 km demiryolu çizgisi ile şehir merkezine bağlanan Bornova boyunca geçtiği Ege kampüsü üniversitesi.
    BUCA: Bir defa Izmir'in yazlığı, Buca, bugün şehrin parçasıdır. 1990'da 200000'in bir nüfusuyla, Buca, bugün bir reklam ve üniversite bölgesidir. İlerleyen s'in, burayı binayı koymayı inşa ettiği geç l8th yüzyılından Izmir'de işleri koşan İngiliz Levantine tüccarları. Değil, 1950ler, yapıncaya kadar Buca, çeşitli kurumların, geniş bahçeleri, korumanın altında olan binaya hareket ettiği gibi radikal değişikliğe maruz kalır.
    İklim: Tipik Akdeniz'e ilişkin iklim, sıcak kuru yazlarla, ve ıslak kışları ısıtır. Ortalama sıcaklık, 18 derece C. kar yağışının, aşırı derecede nadir olduğudur, ve yaklaşık olarak yılın 148 günü, açık ve güneşlidir.
    Saat kulesi: Şehrin başka bir simgesi, Konak Meydan'da bu pitoresk saat kulesiydi, 1901'de tahta Abduhamit II'in varışının 25inci yıldönümünü anmak için inşa eder. Saat, itsetfin, Almanya'nın imparator Wilhelm IIi'nin bir hediyesi olduğudur. Yüksek 25 m, yükselir, güncel olarak, iade ediliyor.





    CESME: Lzmirden bu popüler ve çekici sayfiye batıda, onun modern otelleri için ünlüdür, temiz deniz ve harika kumlu plajlar parlamak.
    CIPURA: Izmir'in Iegendary balığı. Geniş ölçüde hem Akdeniz ve Ege'de buldu, lacivert bir arkayla bu lezzetli balık ve gümüşümsü kenarlar, şimdi geniş bir şekilde çiftçilik yapılandır. Izmir'in birçok deniz yiyecek lokantasının herhangi birisine git, ve emri, Cipura, çeşitli yerel otlar ve saf zeytine ait oiIin bir salatası ile acc ompaniedi pişirdi. Ne olabilirdi, daha çok, yüceleştirebilirdi!
    DOKUZ EYLUL: 9 Eylül l922 Izmir'in, serbest bırakıldığı zaman gün, Yunan işgalin üç yılından büyük saldırıdan sonra, 26 Ağustos'ta Türkçe ordusu tarafından başlattı. Büyük olayların biri, ln bağımsızlığın Türkçe savaşıdır, bu tarih, şehrin üniversitelerinin birinin th e ismidir.
    FOCA: Izmir'den 50 kmin kuzeyde olduğu pitoresk balık avlayan bir şehir. Bugün yaz esnasında holliday yapıcıları için bir mıknatıs, Foca, antikalıkta önemli bir Ionian şehriydi. Phokaians, onların ticari yiğitliği, cesareti ve denizciliği için ünlüydü. Onlar, establishe d ticaret yapması uzak limanlarda cololniestir, ve Fransız Marseilles limanının kurucularıydı (Eski Massalia).
    HISAR camisi: Kemeralti ofis kompleksinin yanında Hisar bölgesinde şehrin en muhteşem camisi. Cami, 1592'de Yakup beyi tarafından inşa edildi. Büyük bir kubbe tarafından çatılı, sekiz iskelede dinlendiriyor, ve sunak ni che ve kürsüde dekorasyon için not etti.

    Meryem Ana'nın evi: Dağı bu kutsal Hıristiyan mahfaza. Selcuk ve Ephesus'un arasında bülbül, 1967'de papa Paul VI tarafından sanctifìeddi, Vatikan, Meryem Ana'nın, burada onun yaşamının son yıllarını harcamış olduğunu doğruladıktan sonra. Izmir'de agencie s'in, Meryem Ana ve Ephesus'un evine gün turlarını düzenlediği pek çok yolculuk.
    En sıcak zamanın parlayarak yanan sıcaklığında Izmir'in sakinlerine ferahlığı getiren IMBAT: deniz meltemi.
    IZMIR dürüstçe: I932'den beri bu uluslararası ticaret dürüstçe, Izmir'de yaz mevsiminin önemli kısmı oldu. Müziğin popüler bir festivali olarak adil çiftlerin olduğu geç erken Eylül'e saygıdeğerden, ve kültür parkında sahne olayları.
    IZMIR KOFTE:
    'Izmir'in en iyisi, yerel tabağı bildi, şimdi popüler neredeyse Türkiye'de her yerin olduğu. Ama onun en iyi sende onun, bir Izmir ailesinin veya şehirde yaşlı yapılan bir backstreet lokantasında evinde onu yemeli olduğunu beğenmek. İyi kıyılan et, soğan suyu, tuz, biber ve taze ekmek kırıntılarıyla kne reklamlıdır. Bu karışımın, kızarıldığı, ve kızarılan yeşil biberlerin bir yatağında yerleştirildiği toplar veya parmaklara şekilli, sığ bir tavada domatesler ve patatesler. Sıcak hizmet et.
    KADIFEKALE: Kadife kalesi, tam olmak. Bu 4üncü İÖ yüzyıl kalesi, Izmir'in bir kuşun göz görüşünü yönetir, ve güneşin, şehrin üzerinde koyduğunu izlemesi için th mükemmel yerdir. KARSIYAKA: Izmir koyundan kuzey sahilde bu Izmir bölgesinin ismi, "Sahilin karşısında" ifade eder, onun gerçekten olduğu gibi. Onun kendi alanıyla bu hoş oturmaya ayrılmış alanın sakinleri, bir kimliği şehrin kalanından ayrı talep eder. Onların görüşünde, Karsiyakası, bireysel bir cultulre ve tarihle onun kendi sağında bir şehirdir.

    KEMERALTI: Yaşlı yapılan alışverişe çıkan Izmir bölgesi, Anafartalar Caddesi'nin etrafında merkezi Izmir'e doğru Konak'tan onların yolunu dolarken dar caddelerin dayanması. Sen burada, kuyumcular, manifaturacılar, ayakkabıcıyı bulabilirsin, ve deri ve peynirden zeytinlere malın bütünüyle sevecen sinde uzmanlaşmaya alışverişe çıkabilirsin. Daha erken bir yüzyılın atmosferi hala, burada bulidingsi istila eder, onların ayırıcı 19uncu yüzyıl kapı aralıkları ve çatı kiremitleriyle.
    KORDON: Konak Meydan ve Alsancak'ın arasında ünlü alan, hafta sonlarında konser meraklılarıyla kalabalıktır, ve akşamları cezalandırır. Aileler olarak, ve genç aşıklar el ele, liman bölgesi boyunca gezinir, koşumlar es tırıs geçmişinden sallıyor olan rengarenk ponponsla at-çekilmiş faytonlar, ve arabalar, geçerek kol gezer. Izmir'in alanı, popüler yaşlı bir şarkının konusudur: "Benim aşığım, bizim, bir gün muhtemelen Kordon'da saat onda karşıladığımız izin verilen demek göründü".
    LOKMA: Lokma, Izmir'in kutlanmış tatlı hamur işidir. Maya hamurunun küçücük topları, sıcak yağda kızarılır, ve senin, beklediğin gibi şurupla dolu. Kuyruklar olf müşterileri, en iyi lokmanın, yapıldığı bölmelerde toplar.

    SELCUK: Izmir'den 94 kmin güneyde olduğu Aydin dağlarının dağ eteklerinde bir şehir. SeIcuk, Ephesus yeri müzesi, Aziz John'un muhteşem bir kale ve 6ıncı yüzyıl kilisesidir. Marmaris sayfiyelerine yol ve, birçok yat ve deniz gezisi gemileri için liman olan Selcuk, w hile Kusadasi boyunca Bodrum geçişleri, sadece kuzeye bir yirmi dakika sürüşüdür.

    SMYRNA: Şehri Herodotus ve Strabon'a göre kuran Izmir ve kahramanca amazon için eski isim.
    TEOS: Teos'un yıkıntıları, Seferihisar'ın yakınında Sigacik limanının bir sonunda zeytine ait koruların ortasında koyulan, onun plajları ve kaplıcaları için ünlüdür. Thales, Teos'un, 7inci İÖ centur y'de on iki Ionian şehrinin birliğinin başkenti olarak seçildiğini anlatır. En büyük Dionysus tapınağı şimdiye kadar, Teos'ta inşa etti.

    TEPEKULE: Bayrakli bölgesinde Tepekule'de kazılar, Izmir'in erken tarihinde aydınlattı. Izmir, oriinallydı, ilk Truva atlarının conteporariesi olan Aeolians'ın bir yerleşimidir, ve üçüncü İÖ miileniuma kadar gider. C ity sonradan, Ionians tarafından işgal edildi, ve Lydian kralı Alyattes, İÖ 600'de bölgeyi fethetti, Izmir'in tapınakları ve evlerini dümdüz etmek. Bugün Athena tapınağının yıkıntıları ve evler, Tepekule'de görülebilir.

    URLA: Urla, Izmir n'den 42 kmin olduğu bir sayfiye Cesme'ye yoldur. Izmirians, burada onların yazları ve hafta sonlarını harcar, eski Ionian Klazomenai şehrinin yeri. Bu şehir, tanınmış filozof Anaxogoras'ın doğum yeriydi, ve "Katmer" yerel bir hamur işi tabağı için son zamanlarda hem de ünlüdür, ve onun eti ve fis lokantaları için.



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