Built between 1868 and 1872, the governor's office on Konak Sq is one of the city's major landmarks.
Konak Clock Tower
One of the city's major landmarks, this Moorish-style clock tower with four fountains was designed by the Levantine French architect...
On the northern edge of Konak Meydanı, this petite octagonal mosque with its slender minaret was built in the 18th century and features...
İzmir Milli Kütüphane
This handsome 1912 Ottoman Revival building is the home base of the İzmir Devlet Opera Ve Balesi (İzmir State Opera and Ballet Company).
Kemeraltı's best-loved kebapçı is located near Konak Sq and serves an excellent İskender kebap (döner served on fresh pide and topped...
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Konak Meydanı information
On a pedestrianised stretch of Cumhuriyet Bulvarı, this wide plaza, named after the prominent Ottoman-era Government House , built in 1872, to the east, marks the heart of the city. It’s the site of the late Ottoman Konak Clock Tower and the lovely Yalı Mosque , built in 1755, which is covered in Kütahya tiles.
Jutting into the sea to the north is Konak Pier (1890), which was designed by Gustave Eiffel and was recently converted into a shopping mall.