About Kusadasi

April 29, 2019

Kuşadası weather

The weather is dominant in temperate Mediterranean aegean region , and the average temperature in winter is between 6 and 15 degrees Celsius, and rarely reaches […]
April 29, 2019

Kuşadası Historical and Recreational Places

The city of Kuşadası, with its ancient artifacts and old neighborhoods, including the Aves, the Holy Virgin Mary, the priene, the Miletus, the Artemis Temple, the […]
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National Park in Kusadasi

One of the recreational areas and tourist attractions in the city of Kusadasi and the Aegean region, which we suggest you definitely go there and have […]
April 29, 2019

College of Kusadasi

The city of Kusadasi yearly offers a peaceful, ideal environment for those who choose the city for living, studying and working.   The Kusadasi Tourist School […]
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Kuşadası Beaches

Kuşadası with beautiful beaches is one of the turkey’s most attractive hub for tourists from all over the world ,suitable weather ,300 days of sunshine ,crystasl […]
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Breakfast and delicious food in Kusadasi

Holidays are always ingrained with the delicious food and nourishment of the idem country. Turkey is ranked among the world’s top five countries in terms of […]
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Diving in Kusadasi

The Kusadasi Bay is a volcanic bay, which means that hot water is released on the sea bed and its gaps, creating a great and unique […]
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Cost of living in Kusadasi

The cost of living in Kusadasi is a question of many people who interested in to living in Turkey and migrating to this country. In this […]
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Vehicle in Kusadasi

The public transport vehicle in Kusadasi is a mini bus or so-called in Turkish dolmuş . Dolmuş’s usually pass through most of the alleys and streets […]
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Zeus Cave in Kusadasi

Zeus Cave in Kusadasi The city of Kusadasi is one of the major tourist hubs in Turkey, especially in the Aegean region, which has beautiful and […]

Kuşadasi:

Kuşadasi is one of the coastal cities of Turkey and a major destination for cruise ships on the Aegean western coast. This beautiful city is located 90 km south of Izmir, which offers an excellent environment for unforgettable holidays for foreign tourists.

History of Kuşadasi:

Based on historical documents, the city of Kusadasi was founded in 3000 BC by Lyons in the Yilanci Burnu district of New Police as part of the AFES.

The Yons were merchant and sailor , had high political power and were able to consolidate their position in foreign trade and established 12 cities in the name of “yon colonies” in history. The benefits of this region were humid Weather , which caused residents to grow crops such as olive, grapes and figs in order to extract oil and other materials.

In 200 BC, Kuşadasi and its suburbs were dominated by the Roman Empire, during this period, changes in the climate caused serious earthquakes and redirection of the river that most of the Ephesus-city destroyed and lost the primary importance And Byzantium was forced to replace a new harbor and new road which suitable for business. Since then, Kuşadasi’s first bases have been created.

Desirable position of Kuşadası in the 15th century:

With the arrival of the 15th century, the area was dominated by venitian and Jenova sailors and merchants, and constructed important economic base. The desirable location of Kuşadasi, which was at the end of important commercial routes, such as the Silk Road, the development of the city as a business center during that period as the continuation of the historical course of this region, the era of the Ottoman Empire is possessed of particular importance since its administration began in 1413.

The main heritage of the Ottoman architecture:

During the reign of the Ottomans, new and magnificent structures were constructed in Kuşadasi, including the Mahmet Pasha Caravanserai (pictured above), the main heritage of the Ottoman architecture in this city and designed and built by a man of the same name. Many mosques in the center of Kuşadası, as well as castles and gates on the Pigeon Island, were built during the Ottoman era, reflecting the architectural style of the course.

After World War I, Kuşadası was attacked by Greeks in 1919. The city made a long struggle to preserve its territorial integrity, and eventually became part of the Republic of Turkey on Sept. 7, 1922, after being declared a republic to Izmir, and was registered in 1954 as part of the Aydin region.

 

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