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Synagogue Street (Havra Sokagi)

Street no 927, Izmir, Turkey
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  • Average15%
  • Poor2%
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“small street” (2 reviews)
“jews” (3 reviews)
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Street no 927, Izmir, Turkey
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Even the locals enjoy shopping or strolling in this street with so many stands and shops selling all kinds of food and traditional stuff with reasonable prices. If you are in Konak or Kemeralti Bazaar, you shouldn't miss this street as well.

Thank sinlak
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

you can find daily fresh vegetables, fruits, nuts and cheese there.. the best quality and cheap ones... also buy fresh fish and pickles as well.

Thank Hakan K
Reviewed 27 November 2016

We were lucky to have a guide who arranged for us to go into several synagogues which we found interesting. The synagogues are clustered together next to a thriving food market. It's nice to see that the synagogues do not need 24/7 armed security as...More

Thank Winstonthedog
Reviewed 27 August 2016

Small Street where we can appreciate different tastes of fish, vegetables, fruits and meats. Incorpore in your visit to Kemeralti Market this Street

Thank m2016642
Reviewed 4 May 2016

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

2  Thank Atila E
Reviewed 8 February 2016

you can't miss it if you are walking in Bazaar. Nothing special, but if you like watching people, market, just browse around and enjoy the moment

Thank MalikaEp
Reviewed 5 January 2016

You can taste the spirit of Mediterranean Life at this street. It is unbelievable that there are seven synagogues in these small street and you can find fresh local tastes. It was a favorite place for our Grandma's for daily grocery shopping:) and for us...More

Thank meltem e
Reviewed 15 October 2015

It was a great way to see the locals at work and the colorful side of Turkey. Everyone was helpful and friendly.

Thank Travelwestport
Reviewed 12 September 2015

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...More

3  Thank Sephardi
Reviewed 9 September 2015 via mobile

It is sad to hear that so few of the once strong Jewish population remain today. The synagogues themselves are there, poorly presented and apparently not open.

Thank Andrew D
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Funnygrandma57
21 January 2016|
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Response from Sephardi | Reviewed this property |
His name is Levent Solmaz. Trip adviser won't let mw give you the net or email references, but Google his name.
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