Izmir Ethnography Museum
Built in the 18th century, the museum has a Neo-Classical structure. Allocated to those patients who caught plague in 1831, the building was later transferred to poor Christian families in 1845. Upon the latest restorations and alteration made in 1987, it was put into service as an ethnography museum. The museum houses artifacts introducing the life of Izmir and its vicinity in the 19th century.