Izmir Ahmet Piristina City Archive and Museum is 10 km (6 mile) far to  Izmir centurum. Housed in a converted Fire Station, this museum first opened to the public in 2001 by the late Ahmet Piristina, the Mayor of Izmir at that time. The museum aims to document the 7000 year history of Izmir in addition to the permanent displays; the museum also houses many documents and books relating to Izmir which are catalogued and available to researchers. Remembering the buildings past usage as a Fire Station, there is also a large exhibition dedicated to the history of the Izmir Fire Brigade.

Open to the public between 09:00-18:00
Address: Şair Eşref Bulvarı No:1/A Çankaya – Izmir
Phone: +90.232. 441 6939
Admission:
Free

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