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Ankara Kalesi

This castle overlooks the city from Ulus, the historic district. Within its walls there is a small village with shops and restaurants in wooden beamed houses and the Old Turkish House Museum.
Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations houses a huge collection of Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Hatti, Hittite, Phrygian, Urartian, Roman and Lydian treasures. It won the European Museum of the Year in 1997.
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Museum of Painting and Sculpture

At the Museum of Painting and Sculpture you can find a major permanent collection of modern Turkish paintings, featuring works by Osman Handi and Hikmet Onat. This space is also reserved for temporary exhibitions of international works.
Museum of Ethnography

Museum of Ethnography

Museum of Ethnography specialises in the Ottoman period, especially textiles, metalwork and carved wooden doors. The museum really reflects the Turkish history and character.
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Kocatepe Mosque

Kocatepe Mosque is a huge, white mosque constructed in the late 20th century. The beautiful mosque has four minarets making it visible from almost anywhere in the city of Ankara.
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Ataturk Mausoleum

This mausoleum honours the founder of Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The mausoleum hall is a colonnaded temple with huge bronze doors. Turks from all around the country and foreigners pay their respect to the founder of the Republic every day.
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Karagol

With beautiful scenery in winter and autumn, this is one of the favorite places for picnics in Ankara . There are several trekking routes across the mountains. You can find Karagol about 68 kilometres north of the city on the airport road, turn off for Cubuk.
Ataturk Farm and Zoo

Ataturk Farm and Zoo

Ataturk Farm and Zoo is a recreational farming area with a zoo, greenhouses, restaurants, a brewery, hiking and biking. The zoo is located 6.5 kilometres south of Ankara on the way to Istanbul.
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