About Izmir: Izmir is the Paris of the East. Izmir is a metropolitan city in the
western extremity of Anatolia, capital of the province of the same name. The name comes from the Amazon Smyrna (Pronunciation: Zmirna) of the Greek Mythology.
Modern Izmir is the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara and the second largest urban agglomeration on the Aegean Sea after Athens.
Lydians, Persians, Ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuk Turks, Crusaders, Ottoman Turks were the owners of this town. After this Impressive History it is reasonable the town to be full of Archaeological Monuments and Treasures. Izmir is also a wonderfule place for Summer Vacations because of wonderful beaches
and because you can easily visity Troy, Ephesos, Pergamus and many other towns of the classical antiquity.
More details https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%B0zmir.
Standing on Mount Yamanlar, the tomb of Tantalus was excavated by Charles Texier in 1835 and is an example of the historic traces in the region prior to the Hellenistic Age, along with those found in nearby Kemalpaşa and Mount Sipylus.
The Agora of Smyrna is well preserved, and is arranged into the Agora Open Air Museum of İzmir, although important parts buried under modern buildings wait to be brought to light. Serious consideration is also being given to uncovering the ancient theatre of Smyrna where St. Polycarp was martyred, buried under an urban zone on the slopes of Kadifekale. It was distinguishable until the 19th century, as evident by the sketches done at the time. At top of the same hill stands an ancient castle, one of İzmir's landmarks.
One of the more pronounced elements of İzmir's harbor is the Clock Tower, a marble tower in the middle of the Konak district, standing 25 m (82 ft) in height. It was designed by Levantine French architect Raymond Charles Père in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the ascension of Abdülhamid II to the Ottoman throne in 1876. The tower features four fountains placed around the base in a circular pattern, and the columns are inspired by North African themes.
Designed by Gustave Eiffel in 1890, the Konak Pier has numerous shops, cafés and restaurants. The Kemeraltı bazaar zone set up by the Ottomans, combined with the Agora, rests near the slopes of Kadifekale. İzmir has had three castles historically – Kadifekale (Pagos), the portuary Ok Kalesi (Neon Kastron, St. Peter), and Sancakkale, which remained vital to İzmir's security for centuries. Sancakkale is situated in the present-day İnciraltı quarter between the Balçova and Narlıdere districts, on the southern shore of the Gulf of İzmir. It is at a key point where the strait allows entry into the innermost tip of the Gulf at its narrowest, and due to shallow waters through a large part of this strait, ships have sailed close to the castle.
There are nine synagogues in İzmir, concentrated either in the traditional Jewish quarter of Karataş or in Havra Sokak (Synagogue street) in Kemeraltı, and they all bear the signature of the 19th century when they were built or re-constructed in depth on the basis of former buildings.
Arkas Art Center in Izmir. The Atatürk Mask (Turkish: Atatürk Maskı) is a large concrete relief of the head of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of modern Turkey, located to the south of Kadifekale the historical castle of İzmir.
The İzmir Bird Paradise (İzmir Kuş Cenneti) in Çiğli, a bird sanctuary near Karşıyaka, has 205 recorded species of birds, including 63 species that are resident year-round, 54 species of summer migratory birds, 43 species of winter migratory birds, and 30 transient species. 56 species of birds have bred in the park. The sanctuary, which covers 80 square kilometres, was registered as "the protected area for water birds and for their breeding" by the Turkish Ministry of Forestry in 1982. A large open-air zoo was established in the same district of Çiğli in 2008 under the name Sasalı Park of Natural Life
How to get IZMIR Izmir, a town of 3 million people, has direct connection with most of the European, Asian and North-African Countries. See more details: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g298006-Izmir_Izmir_Province_Turkish_Aegean_Coast-Vacations.html
About AMCSE Hotel The 5 Star Park Inn by Radisson Izmir
Address: Park Inn by Radisson Izmir, Cumhuriyet Bulvari No: 124, Izmir, 35210, Turkey +90 232 4044242
is the place where our conference will be held.
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