The core landmark in the urban area of Izmir, on the water bank, below is a square, there are many pigeons, the bell tower is beautifully carved, and there is a small pool around it as a background, which cannot be visited by people.
This is a very exquisite clock tower carved out of stone. It has very beautiful details. This clock tower is also a landmark building in Izmir. There are squares around it and there are many people.
The Kulles Clock Tower is a very important building, and it is also the core area of the entire square here. The clock tower here is surrounded by a very good square environment. The view of the clock tower is also not bad. You can see the surrounding area. Of ancient buildings.
The clock tower under the shining sun is surrounded by tourists as well as locals relaxing in the sun. There is a subway station nearby and the transportation is convenient. There is also an old mosque standing on its side. The pigeons ate leisurely on the ground.
Located in Konak Square, it was built in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the succession of Sultan Abdul Hamid II. The clock part was a gift from Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany. After that, Greece occupied it. It was next to the clock tower in 1919. Turkey fired the first shot against Greece. The clock tower, which witnessed this stirring historical picture, has now become a landmark of the city.
The symbol of the city was built to encourage Turks to learn European punctuality. It is not like most European cities with absolute views over the city, but with its exquisite carvings and exquisite structural designs it is unmatched and is also a local standard