Buyukada Clock Tower

Buyukada Clock Tower

Buyukada Clock Tower

Büyükada Clock Tower, located very close to the ferry port on Büyükada, the largest island in the Adalar district of Istanbul, covers the area around it with a clock tower dated 1923. The short cone-shaped clock tower is among the symbols of Büyükada, as well as a prominent meeting point just like Taksim Square or the Bull Statue in Kadıköy. In short, it is the area where the people of the island and those who come by ferry come together. Groups of friends who chat and wait in the Clock Square can stand out at all hours of the day. The Clock Tower, the symbol of the island, is surrounded by colorful mansions, cafes, patisseries, hotels and green areas. The population of Büyükada, where historical and cultural sightseeing areas are predominant, increases especially in summer months. Public beaches in Buyukada, which can be visited by ferry trips, are also in demand.

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