Alright but no boulevards for walking. No pedestrian walk and signals.
There are a lot of pigeons in the medium-sized square, where many people take a walk in the sun, there are some flower ponds, there are many shops, clothing and food stores, and roadside stalls. It is the central square in the city.
Turkey Inspection｜First stop｜This is Izmir, the third largest city and the second largest port in Turkey, where Christianity emerged in the ancient Roman era. Walking in the streets of the municipal center, there is always a feeling of being abandoned on the edge. Look With food on the street, five catties in 10 days is expected to be effective...
It’s a pity that we only stayed in Izmir for one night. In fact, we really should stay here for a few more days. Kurak Square is also a very casual square, although it is not a very new square, the pace of life for locals is very slow.
Kunak Square in Izmir is the central city square of the city, with mosques, monuments and other landmarks on the square. There are a lot of tourists coming and going. It is the commercial and political center of the entire city. You must come and visit Izmir.
The Shaat Kulles Clock Tower, a symbol of Izmir, is located in the center of the city, in Konak Square. It was built by Sultan II in 1901, with an oriental decoration style deliberately harmonizing the European-style atmosphere of the "different Swiss Mina". There are many pigeons flying in the center of the square, and people who pass by can live in harmony with these pigeons.