Located in Conak Square, it was built in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Sultan's succession of Abdul Hamid II. The clocks and watches were part of a gift from the German Emperor William II. Since then, Greece has occupied it, and in 1919 it was next to the Bell Tower. Turkey fired its first shot at Greece, witnessing this exciting historical picture of the Bell Tower, which is now the landmark of the city.
The symbols of the city were built to encourage Turks to learn from the Europeans'punctuality. Although unlike the bell towers of most European cities, which overlook the whole city with absolute momentum, it exudes unparalleled beauty with its delicate carving patterns and exquisite structural design, and is also suitable for local landmarks.
The scenery is so beautiful that the transparent layer can scare people to urinate. Needless to say, the panoramic glass platform is worth visiting.
Located in the center of the city, located in Conrad Square, 110 years old, the style and surrounding environment are perfectly integrated.
It's on the beach in the center of the city. It's near Bazaar. It's beautiful.
One of the more famous scenic spots in the area is worth seeing.
Izmir's landmark architecture, the integration of modern style and ancient culture. We arrived at sunset, soft sunshine and sunset pouring down the spire, and we were amalgamated with the scene in an instant, stunning! The pagoda is exquisite, and the square is also a beautiful and peaceful atmosphere. There are old people and children playing. It's a good place to sit down and rest.