Discover history in the Anatolian Civilizations Museum,the first “European Museum of the Year
Visit Anıtkabir - Mausoleum of Atatürk
Ankara Castle, the symbol of the town rises on a hill of 978 meter high. Ankara Castle has hosted several civilizations at various periods of history.
Enjoy an evening with the State Opera & Ballet
The first shopping center in Ankara.There are 382 shops, 103 offices.
This is the place where Atatürk rested in peace between 21 November 1938 and 10 November 1953 after his death on 10 November 1938.
Enjoy an evening with The Presidential Symphony Orchestra
Today the museum, is a center of art at which the most outstanding works of the artists who played important roles in the development of Turkish Painting and Sculpture Arts are exhibited.
It was built by the Roman Emperor Caracalla (211-217), the son of Septimius Severus in the 3rd century to the honor of the God of Health, Asklepion.
Ancient civilization and modern marvels coalesce in Ankara, Turkey – the country’s capital and second-largest city. Home to Turkey’s governmental, financial and business centre, it also boasts sites like the Mausoleum Anitkabir – the resting place of the founder of the Turkish Republic. Guests are within minutes of numerous historical and cultural sites, including the Ethnography Museum and the Anatolian Civilization Museum, not to mention restaurants, shops, theatres and more. Travellers will feel the blending of ancient and modern as they traverse the Kavaklidere neighbourhood, from Bestekar Street to Ataturk Boulevard, taking in everything this unique city has to offer.
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