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Cicekcioglu translates to ‘Son of Florist’, a reference to the beautiful flower motifs of this 17th century mosque..
Cicekcioglu translates to ‘Son of Florist’, a reference to the beautiful flower motifs of this 17th century mosque.
Hamamönü is a quaint area between the Hacettepe University campus and Ankara Citadel, with restored houses in 19th century Ottoman style
The Ahi Elvan Mosque was commissioned by Ahi leader Ahi Elvan Mehmet Bey in 1382, and restored by Sultan Mehmed I in 1413
The Cengelhan Rahmi M Koc Museum is an industrial museum tracing the historical development of transport, communications and engineering, through a wide variety of artifacts that include early automobiles, rail transport items, communications and navigation tools, scientific instruments, models and replicas of early communications equipment
The new Erimtan Archaeology and Arts Museum showcases Yüksel Erimtan’s collection of archaeological finds dating from the Bronze Age, along with contemporary art
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations traces the history of Turkey through the ages starting from the Paleolithic era
The Karacabey Mosque at Hacettepe was built in 1440 by Karacabey, one of the commanders of Sultan Murad II
The Cenab Ahmed Mosque, also known as the Yeni (New) Mosque, is the largest Ottoman mosque in Ankara
The Mehmet Akif Ersoy Old House & Museum on the Hacettepe University Central Campus in Sıhhiye is dedicated to the national poet who wrote the lyrics of the Turkish national anthem