There is a museum in a beautiful town, which is also quite distinctive. It has some special features from our ordinary concept museum, and its architecture is also the kind of old building, full of sense of history
The Cesme Castle Museum, which exhibits mainly items after the war in the Russian-Turkish Cesme Sea, has discovered cultural relics from the nearby seabed in recent years, and some local relics, not much. No tickets are required, and they have been included in the castle ticket.
The beautiful castles in the mountains I especially like the Aegean style, the uniformly coloured buildings are scattered among the mountains, sometimes the blue roofs, some places the orange roofs, especially standing on the observation decks, looking down, It is a picture of the scenery, and also near the sea, here can shoot a lot of many Korean dramas, really my heart of the full score of Korean drama scene!!! I think that girls will not refuse such a romantic place! It is in this environment that the castle of Cheshme is inlaid with a sense of integration, besides the bungalows in the mountains, inlaid with the castle of the mountains. It is not called Baroque architecture but called Ottoman architecture. I also saw a large museum in this castle, the next introduction and the book that the collection is from the village of the artifacts, saw a lot of war armor and weapons, it felt like a return to the previous days of war. The highest peak of the castle is a sightseeing point, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the love sea, but also you can see that there are small bungalows with orange roofs all over your eyes. Beautiful! TIPS1. Attraction address: Musalla Mh, 35930 me/lzmir, Turkey2. Open time: 6 am to 10 pm
The Cesme Museum of Archaeology, which is located on the Cesme Fortress, is well-repaired and is now in good condition. In 1965, the Cesme Museum of Archaeology opened for the first time as a museum of guns, all of which are exhibited from the Topkapa Museum in Istanbul. The firearm was moved to the Izmir Museum and the Odemis Museum in 1984 because the Cesme Museum was too wet. The hall where the guns were displayed was converted into a cultural relics exhibition hall dedicated to the excavation of artifacts excavated from the ancient city of Ildiri (Erisley), such as clay-burned statues of gods, busts, marble statues, silver and copper coins, gold frames and earthen jars.