Saat Kulesi Or Izmir Clock Tower, Izmir
About Saat Kulesi Or Izmir Clock Tower, Izmir
Saat Kulesi Or Izmir Clock Tower, Izmir - Address
Address: Kuleli Sokak, Izmir, Turkey
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Saat Kulesi which means clock tower in Turkish is a historic clock tower is located in the iconic Konak Square of Izmir. Designed by Levantine French architect Raymond Charles Pere, this clock tower was built in 1901 to mark the 25th anniversary of Abdülhamid II's accession to the royal throne.
The clock of the clock tower was gifted by German Emperor Wilhem II. The clock tower has intricate decorations in classic Ottoman architecture. It is 25 meters in height and has four fountains placed around the base in a circular pattern. The columns are inspired by Moorish themes and form a beautiful structure.
The clock tower was depicted in Turkish currency which is proof of its popularity in the country.
How To reach Saat Kulesi Or Izmir Clock Tower by Public Transport
- On Foot
Restaurants Near Saat Kulesi Or Izmir Clock Tower
- Ankara Donercisi
- Can Doner
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Lovely place with people enjoying summers to their fullest! Place is friendly for kids and not to forget the traditional street food that's up for sampling! It's best for the late afternoon or evening to enjoy the sun, watch the sunset, and wait for the mood lighting to turn on.
Trade mark of Izmir. Locatin in Kemeralti where is good place to find lot of goods, souvenirs , food and historical monuments. Place to be visited for sure.
This historic clock tower is located in the Konak Square in the city centre of Izmir and was designed by the Levantine French architect Raymond Charles Père, and built in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the accession to the throne of Abdülhamid II (1876–1909). The clock itself was a gift from German Emperor Wilhelm II (1888–1918) and is decorated in an elaborate Ottoman style
Historical place in close proximity to the Bazaar where you can buy anything from authentic global designer brands to classic local souvenirs. Check out the beautiful sunrise and sunset from the pier opposite the square.
A good place to seat/ relax/ chill with friends.Also a good place to ride a bicycle or do fishing.