Synagogue Street (Havra Sokagi)

Synagogue Street (Havra Sokagi)

Synagogue Street (Havra Sokagi)
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CananUSA
Sanfrancisco72 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Friends
If you are going to buy fresh fish , this is the street to go to in Kemeralti . It is very crowded so be extra careful with your wallets please ! This is not for Havra sokagi only . When you go to Kemeralti, it is crowded.
Written April 17, 2014
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Rosebuds63
Auckland, New Zealand691 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2012 • Couples
We were happily wandering around the Market and asked several people for directions to the Synagogue.
Out of nowhere a man appeared and escorted us! He unlocked the Gate and let us in the the Beautiful Synagogue - Free!
Just awsome!
Written June 25, 2012
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Sephardi
Sheffield Green, UK34 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Couples
It is quite right that you have to arrange access to see the six synagogues in this street. We did this through a professional guide, Levent Solmaz, who can be reached via his website, and it was a thoroughly absorbing, really interesting visit. The great thing was that the synagogues range from 400 or so years old to about 100 years old, and have not been overly renovated or modernised. Thus, you can see real slices of history, and feel the vitality that still infuses them (several are still used for prayers). It is also a testament to the good relations between the Jewish community and the Turkish state over the past 500-plus years.
Written September 12, 2015
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Sinem K
Izmir, Türkiye77 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I like this street because you can feel the history when you step on the stone rocks and see the streets live
Written January 3, 2012
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Umipengol
Bitez, Türkiye6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2011 • Friends
Our guide told us about the Jews coming from Spain and their lives in Izmir. She took us to three synagogues. It was very interesting.
Written December 1, 2011
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Atila E
Izmir, Türkiye83 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Family
This is the very famous street in Izmir. There are many old synagogues in this stree. Some of them are still in use. Some very historic. Nowadays they have been reparing them and very important to visit specially for Jewish people
Written May 4, 2016
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Bill S
Adelaide, Australia239 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2014 • Couples
We never did find the synagogue but enjoyed wandering through narrow alleys with excellent market produce. Catch the hop on hop off which stops outside the entries
Written July 29, 2014
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burgundio
Pisa, Italy121 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2013 • Friends
hearing a few words in ladino or greek reminds of old izmir in wood and flowers, not concrete and traffic, and this street bears many traces of the past, engulfed inevitably in modern times. A place to muse and reminisce.
Written March 26, 2013
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1800b
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013
It was surely worth while going, I was lucky enough to be able to go into a couple of the synagogues and the most beautiful part is knowing the history of the synagogues and finding out how the Jews from Spain came to thurkey
Written July 11, 2013
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Pukhraj_Sharma
Mumbai, India140 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Friends
This is the very famous street in Izmir. You can taste the spirit of Mediterranean Life at this street.

There are many old synagogues in this street. Some of them are still in use. Some very historic. It is also a testament to the good relations between the Jewish community and the Turkish state over the past 500-plus years.

If you walk around this place in the evening, you can surely appreciate it even more.
Written April 26, 2018
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