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Top 6 things to do in Ankara
This wonderful Museum of Anatolian Civilisations is a flawless introduction to the multifaceted weave of Turkey's past, with gorgeously curated displays housing objects from just about every noteworthy archaeological place in Anatolia.
The immense mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who was the founder of modern Turkey, situated above the city with its plenty of marble and air of adoration; For many visitors, the visit is almost a pilgrimage, and it's not rare to see people perceptibly stimulated. It would certainly take a couple of hours to visit the complete mausoleum.
Balikcikoy is Ankara's favourite seafood restaurant. You can take the words when the waiter suggests for the cold meze, fried and grilled fish – all impeccably cooked and rapidly served. You can also book in advance to avoid any frustration.
This latest museum includes the surprizing collection of Roman objects collected over many years by Turkish archaeology supporter Yuksel Erimtan. Exhibitions are imaginatively curated & features up-to-the-minute multimedia presentations. There are some spectacularly attractive ceramic and jewellery objects along with the vast coin assortment.
The historical culture of carpets being exceptional to mosques has assisted preserving numerous premium specimens of Turkey. The wide collection was put on exhibition to everyone in 2007 where it included a captivating Ottoman document collection, tile & metalwork and complexly carved wood panels.
This posh cafe-bistro located at the main centre of the city looks extremely Parisian. For those who have always craved for the best kebabs of central Turkey, they must enjoy the stimulating salads, grilled seafood and cheese salad as these are just some of the plenty they have to offer.
5 facts about Ankara
Ankara is Turkey’s capital city.
The official language of Ankara is Turkish.
The local currency used nationwide is Turkish Lira.
Turkey welcomed almost 40 million tourists in 2013.
Ankara has been incessantly engaged since the Bronze Age!