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A spectacular collection of some of the oldest human-related specimens on earth. From Gobleki-Tepe to the Hittites to the Romans and all between. The museum was awarded best Europe museum in 1997 and is the best Ive encountered so far, though I am partial to...More
Located on top of hill in Ankara. Inside museum, all the relics inside taken care with good by museum. One intresting info, the building use was a bazaar before. Starting from Paleolitics era in some places in Turkey thousand years ago. Having good time here.
It is a museum that everyone must visit. It is a great weave of Turkey's ancient pass. It includes art works from every significant archeological sites of Anatolia. There are many sculptures and wall murals starting from paleolithic period to lydian periods.
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations (Turkish: Anadolu Medeniyetleri Müzesi) is located on the south side of Ankara Castle in the Atpazarı area in Ankara. It consists of the old Ottoman Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building, and the Kurşunlu Han. Because of Atatürk's desire to establish...More
at the Museum of Anatolian History where there are amazing artefacts dating back to pre-history. It was a trip back to the cradle of human civilisation. Incredible pieces from the bronze age as well as from the Hittites, Anatolian, Assyrians, Romans and many other cultures...More
Thankfully we have such a museum to see, understand Anatolia history from BC15000.
With a real objects, great explanations. Impressive concept.
Museum building is also a history from 1450's, Fatih Sultan Mehmet requested to build this place. And Ataturk decided to establish this museum in...More