Dikili / Bergama

The Bergama county is connected to Izmir from the most popular corners of tourists from abroad. Pergamon is an ancient city museum and admires its visitors with their natural beauty. It has a history dating back to ancient times, 40 kilometers of stunning beaches, fertile plains, thermal springs, and all the riches of nature combined with springs. Dikili, the northern Aegean coastal town of Izmir, is a treasure trove of tourism that has been home to many cultures. Dikili, which welcomes tens of thousands of visitors every year, is regarded as a symbol of lightness in the Aegean with its festivals and culture-arts life.

Ancient City of Bergama

Ancient City of Bergama

Dikili / Bergama Places to Visit

Bergama Museum

Besides the Pitane and Myrina finds, the museum collection mainly includes excavated finds of the ancient city of Pergamon. Ethnographic materials are also exhibited.

Pergamon About 400 meters above sea level, the oldest settlement in the city, located between the two branches of Bakırçay, is dated to the 8th century AD. Pergamon, which means fortress, protected place in the name of Anatolia, was the capital of the Attalos dynasty in the Hellenistic period. The city was as much a cultural center as it was political. There were 60 thousand works in this library. They invented their own paper, parchment, on the Egyptian paper embargo. In the book of Lucius Ampelius, Zeus Altar, which the world showed among the ruins, was also made during this period. The struggle between the gods of Gigants and Olympos was carried out on the rugs of the platform at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin. The Uprising of Aristonikos, also known as the “oldest socialist uprising of the world”, was initiated here by the impoverished classes who were oppressed by the orders of the sovereigns, leaving the kingdom to Rome. The Hellenistic city became increasingly splendid in the Roman era. As it was in antiquity, the first Traian Temple strikes in the eyes of every visitor approaching the city today. The temple is only one of the impressive buildings brought to the city during the Roman period. Asklepieion in the south-west of the city is the sanctuary of Asklepios, the god of health and one of the most important healing centers of antiquity.

Kozak Plateau

It is located 20 kilometers from the city center. However, the Kozak Plateau of Bergama in İzmir is at the center of the gold mine debate. There are 350-year-old pine trees in Kozak Plateau, where quality pine nuts are produced, defined by ecologically sensitive regions as being by scientists. Ulucami, Seljuk minaret, Kurşunlu Mosque, Şadırvan Mosque, Fenced Masjid, Taşhan, Tabaklar Turkish Bath, Küplü Turkish Bath, Çarşı Turkish Bath and Bedesten are among the Turkish Islamic Constructions.

Izmir Tourism Centers

Leave a Reply