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The Atakule Tower is a 125 m high communications and observation tower in the Cankaya district.
The Atakule Tower is a 125 m high communications and observation tower in the Cankaya district. The highest structure of the city, it is visible from all over on clear days.
Çankaya, 06690 Çankaya/Ankara, Turkey
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