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Izmir-Kemeralti-Bazaar
Izmir

Izmir with the greatest Bazaar in "Kemeralti".

Colorful market of the old town.
Small streets and houses with enormous quantities of goods.
Mostly covered by shade-giving canvas- a real releaf in the hot summer sun.
One sometimes can see parts of the original "Rum" houses, mostly new
and rebuild though.
You can find the best bargains there - typical Turkish Bazaar.
Clothing, jewelry, food electonics - all kinds are offered there.

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Chargée: 26/11/2008
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Tags: izmir; turkey; kemeralti; bazaar
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