Going to Ankara for the First Time? – Don’t Miss These Places


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Ataturk Mausoleum

A huge building which rises up to 17 meters on high over. It is situated near the heart of the city and was named after Ataturk the turkey’s founder, it was originally built in 1953 and has completed a masterpiece as you can see the art and architectural views used there. The building is in a rectangular shape which is having a number of symmetrical arcades.  There are many green places done around there you can sit and rest there.

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Temple Of Augustus

You would like to visit an ancient temple which was built in 20 B.C by Romanians.  The Romanians have made this temple over there and you can enjoy the beautiful architecture of the ancient times and can compare it with modern architecture and culture. They have made the temple and preserved some signs on their pieces. Many of the signs are not present now as in the future but you can see some of them and can feel to be in the ancient times. It is located in the old Ankara, the district of Ulus.

Temple Of Augustus

Temple Of Augustus

Roman Baths

Again a masterpiece of art, it is located near the old town of Ulus. The woman has made large area for their baths it was made in the 3rd century and then was buried under, it was founded in the 20th century. You can clearly have a look at the rooms made there.

Roman Baths

Roman Baths

Anatolian Civilization Museum

This place is like a whole museum, you can have a look at the ancient arts of Anatolia. This is just like a dream come true for archeologists, they wish to come here and see and get involved in the history and can see the designs and handmade tools of ancient people. You can have a look at very different and interesting objects there such as bronze figures, necklaces, statues, bracelets and many more. This museum is the most attractive destination to be visited in Ankara city.

Anatolian Civilization Museum

Anatolian Civilization Museum

Kocatepe

The largest mosque in Ankara beautifully made which shows you the architecture. Four minarets which are tall enough approximately 90 meters above the ground, the dome is also about 50 meters above from the ground. You can imagine what it would be; you can see and notice the mosque from any point of the city. It was built in the end of the 20th century which reflects the culture and is a masterpiece, white and gray colored construction gives it a pleasant look. This Islamic architecture and worship place is really the most amazing and the most attractive place in the Ankara city.

Kocatepe

Kocatepe

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