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AHMED ADNAN SAYGUN CULTURE AND ART CENTRE HAS BEEN COMPLETED
İzmir Metropolitan Municipality has completed Ahmed Adnan Saygun Culture and Art in December 2008. The center, fulfilling the expectations of the art-lovers, has become the most important art center of the country with its fantastic architecture, acoustic and comfort.
The Hall where various concerts and conferences are to be organized has 1225 seat-capacity.
In the building there is also a second hall with an audience-capacity of 250 suitable for recital and chamber music concerts, large exhibition halls spreading into two floors, 4 meeting rooms with a seat capacity of 50 people each.
One of the culture and art centers of İzmir has been brought in to the city at Bornova Atatürk District.
GÜZELBAHÇE AMPHITHEATRE HAS BEEN COMPLETED
The Amphitheatre built on an area of 1500 m2 has a capacity of 1140 people. There is a theatre on the top floor, and by benefiting from flat difference of area, the mezzanine floor is arranged as foyer, and the ground floor as exhibition hall.
ÇIĞLI CULTURAL CENTRE
In 3 floored building located on an area of 1219 m2 at Big Çiğli Şirintepe district, there are 120 people capacity conference hall, meeting hall, education office, children game room and library.
Historical Airgas Factory, which was constructed by French 150 years ago, was restorated by Izmir Metropolitan Municipality in accordance with its originality by spending 6.5 million TL and put into service with a magnificent opening ceremony. At the ceremony, Mayor Aziz Kocaoğlu spoke his belief that with the careful restoration works and landscaping arrangements, Historical Airgas Factory would be one of the most active culture-art centers of Izmir and continue to give service for centuries.
FROM ANATOLIAN CLUB TO CITY LIBRARY
Historical Anatolian Club Building at Alsancak, restorated by İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, has turned out to be a permanent library.
NATURAL STONE MUSEUM