Typical Turkish Town Scenes

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Tuesday 08 December, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Each country has it’s own ‘look and feel’, and Türkiye is not alone. These are all images taken recently on the streets of Izmir, our third largest city. Whilst very typical of our western towns and cities, it is also fairly representative of our country as a whole. So here goes…

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Side streets are always full of cars, people, motorbikes, and hand-carts!

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Parking is ‘wherever, whenever’ on the whole.

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Always a mix of new and not so new!

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Wide streets with shops; above are apartments, dentists, and lawyers.

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5 thoughts on “Typical Turkish Town Scenes

  1. I love the ‘new and not so new’ photo. Looks gorgeous.

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  2. Thanks for the lovely little side-trip.

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  3. Yvonne says:

    An interesting glimpse into your cities.

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