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Everything about Ankara

Ankara is Turkey’s capital city and the second largest with a population of around 4.5 million, it lies in the heart of both...

Ankara is Turkey’s capital city and the second largest with a population of around 4.5 million, it lies in the heart of both Turkey and Central Anatolia, is the seat of the Turkish Government and where the majority of foreign embassies are based. The city appears to live in two separate tim

Everything about Ankara

The Best Things To Do

Ataturk Mausoleum ( Anitkabir ) & Museum This is Turkey’s national shrine to the greatly revered leader who changed ...

Ataturk Mausoleum ( Anitkabir ) & Museum This is Turkey’s national shrine to the greatly revered leader who changed Turkey into a modern republic country. For further information click Kocatepe Mosque (Camii) This mosque took 20 years to build, is the largest in Ankara and on

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Kizilay Ankara

Kizilay Attractions Genclik Park The centre of Kizilay is approximately 2km from Ulus Meydani Boulevard. Here you will fin...

Kizilay Attractions Genclik Park The centre of Kizilay is approximately 2km from Ulus Meydani Boulevard. Here you will find Genclik Parki ( Youth Park ) built on the order of Ataturk as a place for the hard working population of Ankara to spend some recreational time and is a model of his mo

Kizilay Ankara

Soguksu National Park Ankara

Soguksu National Park Attractions The park is 78km from Ankara in Kizilcahamam and here you will find many different species o...

Soguksu National Park Attractions The park is 78km from Ankara in Kizilcahamam and here you will find many different species of wild animals, birds, trees, flora and fauna. It is a wonderful place for nature walks, treks and mountaineering and has accommodation and restaurants. The area is also

Soguksu National Park Ankara

Districts of Ankara

Apart from the popular districts of Ankara that you can visit such as Kizilay , Altindag , Cankaya , Beypazari , Kecioren , Etimes...

Apart from the popular districts of Ankara that you can visit such as Kizilay , Altindag , Cankaya , Beypazari , Kecioren , Etimesgut , Kizilcahamam and Golbasi ; the city has many other smaller districts. Yenimahalle This district is within the city and the attractions here indicate the rich h

Districts of Ankara

MTA Natural History Museum Ankara

MTA Natural History Museum exhibits fields of palaeontology and geography that includes fossils, minerals and rocks. It has a...

MTA Natural History Museum exhibits fields of palaeontology and geography that includes fossils, minerals and rocks. It has a skeleton of the Maras Elephant, a giant Amonit that lived in the area of Ankara 193 million years ago, and fossilised footprints found in Manisa of humans who lived in A

MTA Natural History Museum Ankara

Top 3 Turkish Baths of

The Old (Eski) Baths These are directly opposite the Gazi High School and although the dressing rooms and baths themselves ...

The Old (Eski) Baths These are directly opposite the Gazi High School and although the dressing rooms and baths themselves are in ruins, the cold rooms and boiler room are still intact.  From the buildings architecture and techniques used here it appears the building dates from the 15th

Top 3 Turkish Baths of Ankara

Caves and Caverns in Ankara

In the Gudul District close to Kirmir Creek are caves believed to be from the Byzantine era that have been dug out of the side ...

In the Gudul District close to Kirmir Creek are caves believed to be from the Byzantine era that have been dug out of the side of the mountain and resemble a village community. The caves were once inhabited by local people; it has an underground church at its centre with stairs that connect tunne

Caves and Caverns in Ankara

Sightseeing in Ankara

Ulus Square Ulus Meydani Square is usually the first place visitors arrive to in Ankara and unfortunately it is a rather drear...

Ulus Square Ulus Meydani Square is usually the first place visitors arrive to in Ankara and unfortunately it is a rather dreary, mainly made of concrete with a few surviving Ottoman features scattered about. The area does have some Roman monuments which offer a glimpse of the city’s rich h

Sightseeing in Ankara

Cankaya District

Cankaya; this large area is an important district of Ankara as it contains many places of interest which include the Ataturk Orman...

Cankaya; this large area is an important district of Ankara as it contains many places of interest which include the Ataturk Orman Çiftliği, Eymir Lake, Ahlatilbel Sport & Entertainment Centre. Main Attractions of Cankaya There is a long list of main attractions; Anitkabir , the Ata

Cankaya District

Anit Kabir The

Ataturk’s mausoleum, Anıtkabir is the national shrine to the man who changed Turkey into a modern republic country (open Mo...

Ataturk’s mausoleum, Anıtkabir is the national shrine to the man who changed Turkey into a modern republic country (open Mon 13:30-17:00; Tues-Sat 09:00-17:00; winter closes 16:00). Anitkabir The main entrance is accessible from Anıt Road and there is a rear entrance from Akdeniz Road.

Anit Kabir - The Mausoleum of Ataturk

The Citadel and The Old

The Byzantine citadel, the Hisar, whose walls enclose the oldest part of the city and is reached by the steep path up from İnonu ...

The Byzantine citadel, the Hisar, whose walls enclose the oldest part of the city and is reached by the steep path up from İnonu Park, is an Ottoman period village full of cobblestone streets and wooden houses. Most of this area has not been restored and in places it is rather derelict but renovati

The Citadel and The Old Town

Hattusas or Bogazkoy Ankara

Location of Hattusas or Bogazkoy The historical ancient ruins of Bogazkoy (Hattusas) are located 82km southwest of Corum an...

Location of Hattusas or Bogazkoy The historical ancient ruins of Bogazkoy (Hattusas) are located 82km southwest of Corum and 208km from Ankara. The site, which sits in the central area of the Hittite state at the southern end of the Budakozu River valley, was the capital of the Hittite Empire

Hattusas or Bogazkoy Ankara

Roman Baths Ankara

These date back to Caracalla (212-217 AD) and can be found on Cankiri Street between Ulus Square and Yildirim Beyazit Square and t...

These date back to Caracalla (212-217 AD) and can be found on Cankiri Street between Ulus Square and Yildirim Beyazit Square and they sit on a platform 2.5m above the street. The entrance on Cankiri Street leads to a wrestling arena that was once covered with a portico and surrounded with columns.

Roman Baths Ankara

Ankara Castle

Today the castle is the symbol of Ankara, which guarded the city for many centuries and has a history as old as the city itself. &...

Today the castle is the symbol of Ankara, which guarded the city for many centuries and has a history as old as the city itself.   {reklam,300,250,1} The exact date of its construction is unknown but it’s believed to have been built by the Roman’s and repaired and expanded by the

Ankara Castle

Temple of Augustus Ankara

The Temple can be found in Ulus next to the Haci Bayram Mosque and was built in the 2nd century BC on the sacred location of the K...

The Temple can be found in Ulus next to the Haci Bayram Mosque and was built in the 2nd century BC on the sacred location of the Kybele and Men temples in honour of the Phrygian Goddess Men but the remains you see today were actually built to honour the Roman Emperor Augustus as a sign of

Temple of Augustus Ankara

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Ankara Roman Baths

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Turkish Food Recipes

Lamb Stew with Chestnuts - Red Meat Courses

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Chicken Meatballs - White Meat Courses

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