This museum is located on the hill of Izmir and is a historical building in itself. The museum occupies a small area. It looks like a three-story building. The yard is also very small, and there are many fat dogs and fat cats lazily basking in the sun.
The Izmir Ethnographic Museum was founded in 1831, when it was established as the Stroche Hospital. This ancient four-story stone building displays colorful exhibits, including Western three-dimensional scenery, photos and information plates, as well as local Art, handicrafts and customs.
This museum is very Hindu and you can often see some exhibits in it
It feels like I am looking at the Greek Archaeological Museum, the style is the same, but I see the customs of Turkey, and I feel that I am looking at the history of Turkey.
Izmir Ethnographic Museum, this ancient four-story stone building displays colorful exhibits, including Western three-dimensional scenery, photos and information boards, as well as local artworks, handicrafts and customs. Here, you can learn a lot, from camel fighting, pottery and tinplate products to felt products, embroidery, and blue and white "evil eye" beads crafts