The Ancient Market Museum in Izmir is the remains of a large ancient Roman building. According to research, it was a large market in ancient Rome and the most prosperous place in the city. There are many remains, and you can imagine how large and prosperous it was at that time.
The Ancient Market Museum in Izmir was a bustling market more than 2,000 years ago. From the existing ruins, it can be seen that the scale at that time was very large. There are still many exquisite statues in the market, and the water source at that time is an important place to understand the life scene of the ancient Romans.
It used to be a bazaar in Izmir in ancient times, but because of the long history and natural and man-made disasters, it is now dilapidated. From the ruins of the ruined walls, it is not difficult to find its once lively and prosperous. Now a variety of local-style markets have formed opposite the ruins. After visiting the Ancient Market Museum, you can go there.
The walls were ruined, and only a few lone broken stone pillars stood there. The hot sun spreads on the sandy ground of the empty field, the wind blows through the weeds, quietly listening, imagine the hustle and bustle here thousands of years ago.
A very distinctive museum, worth visiting.