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List of interesting landmarks in Anatolia


Ataturk Mausoleum

Ataturk Mausoleum

Anatolia, TurkeyTurks have a genuine cult Atatürk - the founder of Turkish Republic and Anitkabir mausoleum is a very important monument in Ankara.

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Anatolian Civilizations Museum

Anatolian Civilizations Museum

Anatolia, TurkeyThe Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara can admire the beautiful collection of archaeological relics from all over Turkey. Housed in a former caravanserai of the fifteenth century, the museum exhibits through each civilization has passed into the realm of Anatolia, starting with people who lived in caves.

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Temple of Augustus and Rome

Temple Of Augustus And Rome

Anatolia, TurkeyTemple of Augustus and Rome or Ögüst Mabedi is located approximately 400 m northeast of Ulus Meydan, near Haci Bayram Mosque and is the largest ancient building in Ankara.

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Kocatepe Mosque

Kocatepe Mosque

Anatolia, TurkeySituated on the hill Kocatepe, this mosque is the newest and largest in Ankara.

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Roman Baths

Roman Baths

Anatolia, TurkeyRoman baths were built during Emperor Caracalla, between 212 and 217, in honor of the god of medicine Asclepius.

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Ankara Citadel - Hisar

Ankara Citadel - Hisar

Anatolia, TurkeyAnkara Citadel - Hisar - Old Town and consists of Kalesi fortress, situated on a hill above the town, 120 meters high. It is believed that galatienii were those who began to build the Citadel, but nobody knows for sure.

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Julian's Column

Julian's Column

Anatolia, TurkeyMinaresi or monument called Belkis Queen of Shea, the Column of Julian in the old city of Ankara was built in 362 AD to commemorate the visit of Emperor Julian Apostatas and has a height of 15 m.

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Haci Bayram Mosque

Haci Bayram Mosque

Anatolia, TurkeyThis mosque was founded by the founder of the dervish Bayrami, Sufi poet and composer Haci Bayram, in the fifteenth century.

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Lion's den Mosque - Aslanhane Camii

Lion's Den Mosque - Aslanhane Camii

Anatolia, TurkeyBuilt in 1289, in the south of the Citadel, Aslanhane Camii is the oldest mosque in Ankara and Kocatepe mosque to be built was the largest in Ankara.

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Caravanseraiul Cengelhan

Caravanseraiul Cengelhan

Anatolia, TurkeyCengelhan is a recently restored caravanserai, built by Suleiman the Magnificent's daughter.

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