Tire Kent Müzesi
|Tire, İzmir Province, Turkey
Tire City Museum is located in Tire ilçe (district) in İzmir Province, Turkey, at. The building is the former city hall of Tire. It was built in 1955. After the construction of a newer building for the municipality, the former building was restored and opened as Tire City Museum on 15 October 2014.
The sections of the museum are as follows:
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