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Cesme Castle, Cesme
Categories: Ruins, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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Kulelerinden gördüğünüz manzara kesinlikle görmeye değer. Kale içerisindeki bilgilendirmeler yetersiz gibi geldi ve giriş ücretinin çok daha uygun olması gerekli. Müze kart geçerli olması iyi.Kulelerinden you see the landscape is definitely worth a visit. Sounded like app for the Castle informed insufficient and must be much more appropriate entry fee. The Museum card is good.show original
Cesme, c'est aussi ce chateau fort avec une vue superbe sur Cesme et sa marina ! Attention l'accès ferme à 19h.Cesme, is also this castle with great views on Cesme and marina! Watch Access closes at 19: 00.show original
Şansa Çeşme'nin kurtuluş günü olan 15 Eylül'de ziyaret ettik. Biz kaleyi gezerken sahilin açıklarında kutlamalar nedeniyle belediye tarafından kiralanmış 2 teknede marşlar çalınıyordu. Avrupa'da yada ... read more »What are the odds on September 15, the liberation day we visited. We in the coast while the Fort due to rented by the city celebrations 2 terrible banging on the boat anthems. In Europe or elsewhere in the country on a day like this that the Museum free. But we don't even have that, I'm afraid. On the day that a local Museum in the year free if you do it. Views of the Tower in the back of the Fountain looks great, here's your right Ilica, Cesme Marina and Chios island, to your left is the Çiftlikköy. Some of the exhibited pictures or descriptions, or no information about what they are. They better them.show original
Ahmed Said Çalık
Nice to walk around.. Nice spot.. Good view from the top
Mir Zafer Kaya
Mutlaka görülmeli. Tarih önemli
A place that you have to visit more than once
Nice views from the top. Not pushchair/wheelchair friendly, lots of steps.
Excellent history but not very child friendly!
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