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James Dean

Night Club's

Kızılcahamam Thermal Springs

Thermal SPA

Embassy of Malaysia Ankara


Museum of the War of


Ankara State Museum of Painting


Roman Baths 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 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.
On one side of the courtyard are 32 columns and there is a total of 128 over the whole area, and the baths themselves are behind the wrestling arena.  
The building is unusually large although the baths have a typical layout with the dressing area (Apoditerium), the cold section (Frididarium), the warm section (Tepidarium), and the hot section (Caldarium).

Ankara Photos

Ankara by night

Kocatepe Mosque


Ankara Angora Cat



Turkey Property For Sale


4 Bedroom Detached Villa Close


4 Bedroom 5 Bathroom Exclusive


4 Bedroom Detached Villa With


5 Bedroom House in Armutalan

Turkish Food Recipes

Cauliflower Soup - Soup

Cocoa Cake - Cakes & Cookies

Tea Time Pastry

Spiced Mutton Liver (Arnavut Cigeri) - Meat Mezes

Hot Meze

Artichokes with Fava Beans in Olive Oil - Legume Courses

Main Course

Milk Pudding or Muhallebi - Dairy Desserts


Lamb Stew - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

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