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Private Tour: Ankara Sightseeing
"On this private tour you will have the opportunity to visit the following historic sites:Museum of Anatolian Civilizations:The collections in this museum place an unusual emphasis on the earlier of Anatolia's occupiers and start with an interesting exhibit of finds from the Catal Huyuk site often described as the earliest known human community in the world. Other highlights include a collection of tablets the translations of which remind you how little some things in the world have changed over the millennia.Citadel of Ankara:The Citadel overlooks the city and is the acknowledged symbol of Ankara. It is the oldest part of the city built either by Hittites or Phrygians people live almost as they did 600 years ago. The region was settled before 2000 BC.Ataturk Mausoleum:This mausoleum is the eternal resting place of Ataturk the founder of the Turkish Republic
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Private Tour: Ankara Sightseeing
"On this private tour you will have the opportunity to visit the following historic sites:Museum of Anatolian Civilizations:The collections in this museum place an unusual emphasis on the earlier of Anatolia's occupiers and start with an interesting exhibit of finds from the Catal Huyuk site often described as the earliest known human community in the world. Other highlights include a collection of tablets the translations of which remind you how little some things in the world have changed over the millennia.Citadel of Ankara:The Citadel overlooks the city and is the acknowledged symbol of Ankara. It is the oldest part of the city built either by Hittites or Phrygians people live almost as they did 600 years ago. The region was settled before 2000 BC.Ataturk Mausoleum:This mausoleum is the eternal resting place of Ataturk the founder of the Turkish Republic
From $81.00
 
Private Tour: Ankara Sightseeing
"On this private tour you will have the opportunity to visit the following historic sites:Museum of Anatolian Civilizations:The collections in this museum place an unusual emphasis on the earlier of Anatolia's occupiers and start with an interesting exhibit of finds from the Catal Huyuk site often described as the earliest known human community in the world. Other highlights include a collection of tablets the translations of which remind you how little some things in the world have changed over the millennia.Citadel of Ankara:The Citadel overlooks the city and is the acknowledged symbol of Ankara. It is the oldest part of the city built either by Hittites or Phrygians people live almost as they did 600 years ago. The region was settled before 2000 BC.Ataturk Mausoleum:This mausoleum is the eternal resting place of Ataturk the founder of the Turkish Republic
From $81.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Fethiye

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Tandem Paragliding

Firstly let me explain: I do not like heights.But I still did it and really do think it has helped my fear of heights,its not for everyone.Questions? I had loads so Ill tell you the basics.Do you have...
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Canyoning

An unforgetable experience and an extreme adventure: Abseiling (climbing down through a waterfall with secure ropes and wet suits) for up to 60 meters!We start in Faralya Village after a 20 minutes...
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Things to Do Near Fethiye

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Kocatepe Mosque

This is the most notable mosque in the city. The largest mosque in Ankara, it was recently constructed in classical Ottoman style with four minarets. Built between 1967 and 1987 in the Kocatepe...
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Temple of Augustus

Roman Emperor Augustus build a tempel in old Ankara and the Turks build a mosque near the tempel. The mosque is called Haci Bayram Mosque.Haci Bayram was a Turkish scolar lived in Ankara in 12th...
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Column of Julianus

The Julianus Column on the park at Hükümet Meydanı, Ulus is of Byzantium style and has no inscriptions on it. The height is 15 meters and contains several rings around its body. It is supposed...
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Museum of Ataturk and the War of Independence

Kurtulus Savasi Muzesi was the first Parliament building of Turkey, the first sessions of the new government too place here. It was built by Salim Bey in 1915 and used as the headquarters of Committee...
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AnitKabir - The Ataturk Mausoleum

Ataturk is the "father" of modern Turkey, which tried to immortalize him in Ankara. His memorial is a big and austere ensemble, dominating the city. The tribute to the modernity he introduced in...
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Museum of Anatolian Civilisations

In a rather modern town, and after visiting the Ataturk Memorial, we were taken to the Civilizations Museum. I thought it was just another museum, to fulfill a couple of hours in a common city, with...
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