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Places To Visit In Ankara-Ankara Trip Guide

( Places To See In Ankara - Places To Go In Ankara )

 

1.MAUSOLEUM OF ATATURK (ANITKABİR)





Anıtkabir is a mausoleum of the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and reforms and also the first president of the Republic of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.It is located in Anıttepe.



2.THE KOCATEPE MOSQUE





Kocatepe Mosque is located Kocatepe district of Ankara.It was started to build in 1967 and construction was completed in 1987 by the Religious Foundation of Turkey.It is the largest mosque which was built after declaration of republic in Ankara.It was built with aesthetics of 16th century and technology.

3.ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATIONS MUSEUM





Anatolian Civilizations Museum is located in Ankara and it exhibits archaeological works of anatolia.Anatolian Civilizations Museum is one of the best museums of the world in this field.Anatolian archeology from the Paleolithic Age to the present day is exhibited here.

4.ATATÜRK FOREST FARM AND ZOO





Atatürk Forest Farm is the largest green area of Ankara.There are the biggest zoo of the country, a similar house that Atatürk was born in Thessaloniki,historical Black Sea pool and state cemetery in this place.

5.KIZILAY





Kızılay is a district that located the center of Ankara.Kızılay is heart of Ankara.It is culture,entertainment and shopping center,also it is famous for Kızılay Square.Karanfil street is one of the most famous streets.

6.ETNOGRAPHY MUSEUM





Ethnographic Museum is a museum which exhibits the ongoing Turkish art works from the Seljuk period.

7.STATE ART AND SCULPTURE MUSEUM





The State Art and Sculpture Museum is located in Ulus district of Ankara and it is close to the Ethnography Museum.It is a museum dedicated to fine arts and sculpture.It was designed in 1927 by architect Arif Hikmet Koyunoğlu and started to build in 1927 upon the direction of the founder and first President of Turkey,Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.Paintings,sculptures,ceramics, prints and works of decorative arts from the 19th century to present that belongs to Turkish Artists are exhibited in the museum.

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