Erdem Mansion

Selcuk Sirince Koyu Kilise Yokusu, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35920, Turkey | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Selcuk Sirince Koyu Kilise Yokusu, Izmir, is near Alsancak, The Agora, Konak Pier, and Kizlaragasi Han Bazaar.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Izmir

Izmir - A City Off The Beaten Path

A travel blog entry by siren415 on Apr 22, 2014

18 photos

... sandwiches fresh off her boat. She fried'em up right there in front of us. We also walked around Kemeraltı, a really old bazaar that's been around since the 17th century. In the same area is the Hisar Mosque, also extremely old (15th century). I've seen quiet a few mosques and to me, there's something very mystical about them. It's the daily prayer (5x a day), the elaborate domes, gender seperation, cleanliness, and all sorts of rules ...

Islamic and Muslim music

A travel blog entry by madtram93 on Jan 15, 2014

... on orally -use cymbals, drums, the lute, spike-fiddle, emblem flute, goblin drum -Islamic music only used in certain sects (modern) -genres: honors Allah, praise Mohammed -quaranic recitation: deigned to be heard -contemporary music: people promoting Muslim culture through music; music widely embraced -awake me records is up and coming label for Muslim music: maher sain, Islamic ...

Bring out your dead...

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 12, 2013

2 comments, 22 photos

... br> The size of Hierapolis is because it is home to the largest surviving Roman necropolis. The whole of the city is surrounded by cemeteries, In fact the number of tombs is greater than its population because people came here to be buried. They believed there was easier access to the Underworld because of the grotto ("Plutonium") dedicated to Pluto. This grotto for the God of the ...

Efes!

A travel blog entry by kameron on Jun 13, 2013

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... pillars, columns, and, of course, the theatre. It is hard for me to fathom creating something so massive, given that the tools available in those days were severely limited. I am extremely thankful I was able to experience this during my visit!

Following the site visit was a trip to the beach! Although not the same beach I visited when I first came to Turkey, this one was as nice (and not nearly as crowded!)! ...

Day trip to Ephesus

A travel blog entry by daryl75 on Apr 25, 2013

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... earthquake around 7th Century AD.

Today, only 20% of the City has been excavated.

The highlights are- the Trajan Fountain, the Library ( which was the third largest Library in it time and held 12000 scrolls), and the Grand Theatre (which seated 24 000 people).

NB Sting played a concert there, and a part of the amphitheatre collapsed- after that the Turkish Government stopped all ...