The Turkish capital of Ankara, in the heartland of what was known as Asia Minor in antiquity, has Greek and Roman ruins galore as well as Ottoman-era mosques like the Alaaddin and Ahi Elvan. Ankara known throught the world got its Angora gots.
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations
Lovers of archeology should know that it is worth going to Ankara just to see the incredible collections in this museum. Thousands of artifacts are displayed here, those from the Assyrian trade colonies, the mighty Hittite Empire, the Phrygian and Urartu civilizations.
The Ataturk Mausoleum
The magnificent tomb of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk is evidence of honor of which the memory of the commander of the Army for National Independence and the founder of the modern Republic of Turkey is held. This is definitely a place which an visitor to Ankara must visit.
Temple of Augustus
This square is considered by all to be sacred. It is very special to the Moslem population as it includes the historical Haci Bayram Mosque which has been built adjacent to the ruins of this Roman temple. The walls and foundations of the ancient building can be clearly seen.
State Art and Sculpture Museum
This museum is close to the Ethnography Museum and houses a rich collection of Turkish art from the late 19th century to the present day. galleries which host guest exhibitions
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