Let’s See Where Should You Visit In Izmir
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Envisaged that Şirince Village was a settlement at East Roman Empire, and there are still some historical ruins in the village. Researchers think that tower, aqueducts and abbey/church ruins have been existent since 11. Century.
Vedius Gymnasium: The construction was build for Vedius Antonius by a rich Ephesian in the second century after christ. It is a gorgeous construction with its big yard at the east side, ceremonial hall, changing room and Turkish bath’s. It respresents East Roman Empire’s culture. People had done sports and had had education in this gorgeous construction.
Stadium: After Vedius Gymnasium, there is a stadium left side of ruins. All sportive races, games, olympiads and car races so all of cultural and sportive activities had done in there.
Akropol: Across the stadium there is a consruction up the hill where is postulated “Akropol” and it is in here since b.c. in the 6. Century. At the northwest side of hill there is a temple since b.c. 350.
Constantinople Baths: After stadium you see Constaninople Bath’s.
Consul Church: The church is still important, by reason of it is one of the first 7 churcs in the world.
İzmir is in the coast side of Aegean. It has 629 kilometers coast to Aegean Sea and its 101 kilometers is in natural beaches. Beacuse of its region, there are lots of coves and people can do water sports in there. Selçuk-Pamucak, Urla and Gülbahçe, Çeşme-Ilıca and Altınkum, Gümüldür and Özdere beaches, at the north side Dikili and Çandarlı, Foça-Yeni Foça beaches are top the frequented places. Transportation is east and quick. Visitors can procure cars every counties and every time of the day from İzmir center garage and Üçkuyular garage.