Turgutlu, also known as Kasaba (Cassaba or Casaba) is a city and district in Manisa Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. According to 2009 census, its district population is 140,753; 115,930 live in the city itself. The district covers an area of 473 km (183 sq mi) at an elevation of 68 m (223 ft). The district is the most populous after the provincial center of Manisa and the second most populous district center, in Turkey's Aegean Region.
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While driving from İzmir to Aydın we have seen this Mountains spot and stopped to visit it.İt was about 24 kilometers after exit from İzmir.İf you like to walk with a suitable slop in Mountains,this is one of them as you are not soon going to be tired because of the slop.Now it is very good time yo make a tour to this part as the small lakes in and around it are very nice and the fresh air and the oxygen make you awake specially in this hot summer days.A part of this nature has been also protected by the government and this park is also open to the public.Very good place to visit and enjoy the time in quiet athmosphere with total relax.Very much recommended to go in a short tour,as well.
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These sites, separated as they are geographically and historically, should be stand-alone review attractions. The Temple is a wonderfully preserved place best visited at opening time when you have the greatest chance for spiritual solitude. No wonder the Christian basilica co-opted this pagan religious site. The Sardis ruins in the town evoke a more commercial centre with baths, shops, a Synagogue and a stunningly reconstructed gymnasium. The food at the restaurants in town is also worth sampling.
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I went there because my son is interested in cars, because some friends asked me about it... so I wanted to discover myself. A bit hard to find, an unbelievable location in the industrial aerea of Torbali / Izmir. But WAWWWWW once I was inside, it is so impressive, so well maintained, so attractive... even for people (like me) who are almost not interested in cars..... A real discovery!
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Birgi Aydınoglu Mehmet bey mosque, also known as the mosque with lion & the Grand mosque among the local inhabitants, is one of the cultural heritage worship centers of Aegean region which was built in 1312 on behalf of Mehmet bey who was the founder of Aydınoglu emirate before the Ottoman time. The mosque is considered as the multi-pronged mosque and it symbolizes the domination of Turkish power in Birgi district. It is the most important figure of Birgi and it was built according Turkish-Islamic mosque technique with a bath, madrasah, a charity kitchen, a shrine with several graves in and a hospital as known “ kulliye-large complex”. The mosque has a square plan divided in five sections by making stone and marble slabs with wooden roof. It has an extra-ordinary minaret where the praying call is recited.The mesh and zigzag diamond patterns on which were made of red and turquoise glazed bricks gives a gorgeous looking to enjoy for the visitors. The interior part of the mosque has 15 marble columns with mosaic tiles and the colors of them are eggplant purple and turquise green. The most striking feature of Aydınoglu Mehmet bey mosque is excellent Turkish wood work on altar and pulpit which catch the visitors eyes at once. Aydınoglu Mexhmet bey mosque is one of the best examples of Turkish mosques in Birgi with its splendid work. It is a “ must “ to visit.
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In 1522 Süleyman the Magnificent lived in the city whilst serving his Imperial apprenticeship as a governor.
He ordered the construction of the Sultan Cami complex in honour of his Mother, Ayşe Hafize.
Süleyman. The kulliye, complex, included a medrese, a hamam and a hospital, which today is used by the Cela Bayar University.
In March the Cami is host to a week long Mesir Festival of folk dancing and Concerts, which has taken place annually since around 1540.
It is held to celebrate a cure for Ayşe Hafize's sickness, by a local chemist, who concocted a potion for her.
Upon her recovery she ordered that the "Power Gum", Mesir Macunu, which is a mixture various ingredients and 40 spices, be distributed to every citizen of the city, annually.
The Power Gum is, today, substituted with thousands of spicy sweets which are thrown from the minaret, to the crowds who gather below, in a Grande Finalé.
If one is fortunate to obtain one of these sweets it should be placed under the tongue and allowed to dissolve.
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Farklı kaplıcalara gittim ama bu kaplıcada etrafında canınız sıkılmıyor. Gerek kalacak yerler, gerek kaplıcası, etrafındaki dere ve imkanları çok hoş. Suyu bol kükürtlü.
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Manisa Aile ile birlikte gezilecek şahane bir yeşil alan cafe leri sosyal Alanları eğlence mekan ları mükemmel. Manisa ya gelenlerin mutlaka uğramaları gereken gezilecek kent park tır.
4 based on 6 reviews
çok fazla göreceğiniz bir şey yok, çok fazla vakit de almıyor gerçi. belki uğranabilir. tren garından yürüyerek on beş dakika mesafede.
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Kordon, with its historical background is one of the most attractive places in Izmir. They say that two places are worth to watch the sunset: Rio and Izmir (Kordon). You can decide among several nice restaurants, cafes and bars waiting for you for an excellent sunset view there.
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Alsançak is a modern, cosmopolitan and bright bohemian district in downtown Izmir. The cafes and bars together with wonderful restaurants and unusual shops create a good international atmosphere where people from all over the world meet. I was served one of the best coffee's I've ever had outside of Italy. Highly recommended.
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