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Izmir / Smyrna (123 Subjects)

Snapshot from the Greek quarter of Smyrna.

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Detachments of the Greek occupation army patrolling the streets of Smyrna.

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Snapshot from the Greek quarter of Smyrna.

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Snapshot from the Greek quarter of Smyrna.

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Snapshot on the outskirts of the Greek quarter of Smyrna.

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Everyday life scene at the Greek quarter, Smyrna.

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Snapshot from the Greek quarter of Smyrna.

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Snapshot from the Greek quarter of Smyrna.

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Street at Smyrna bazaar.

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Small aqueduct at Profitis Ilias, Smyrna.

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View near Alexander's aqueduct at Profitis Ilias, Smyrna.

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The aqueduct of Alexander, Smyrna.

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The Greek battleship “Imbros” in the port of Smyrna.

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Small ship at the exit of Smyrna Bay.

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Circular dance of Greek women wearing costumes from different locations 1: Greek woman from Izmir (Smyrna). 2: Woman from Patmos. 3: Woman from Chios. 4, 6: Women from Bulgaria. 5: Woman from Tinos or nearby island. 7: Young woman from Izmir (Smyrna).

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Women's costumes, 1727. From: Aubry de la Motraye, “ Voyages...” , The Hague, M. DCC. XXVII [1727].

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Women's costumes, 1779. From: Abate Domenico Sestin, Lettere scritte dalla Sicilia e dalla Turchia a diversi suoi amici n Toscania, Firenze, M.DCC.LXXIX [1779].

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The fountain in the Camel caravanserai.

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Street in Izmir.

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The acropolis of Smyrna (Izmir).

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View of Izmir.

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The “cave of Homer” near Izmir.

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The Caravan Bridge in Izmir.

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Map of the port of Smyrna.

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Drawing of a chameleon.

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The Hittite relief at Karambel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.

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Roman aqueduct in Buca area, Izmir.

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View of the port of Izmir.

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Coins from Izmir.

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