Akköpru is the oldest bridge in Ankara, constructed in the 13th century over the Çubuk Çayı creek on the old trade route to Baghdad. The basalt bridge in Yenimahalle is one of the few surviving medieval structures in the area.
Akköpru and Nearby Attractions on Map
Arslanhane Mosque(2.3 km)
The Aslanhane Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Turkey, dates back to 1290.
Ankara Ethnography Museum(3.1 km)
The Ethnography Museum of Ankara showcases Turkish history and culture through its wide range of artifacts, from art and manuscripts to costumes and weaponry.
War of Independence Museum(2.3 km)
The War of Independence Museum displays important military photographs, documents and furniture from the Turkish War of Independence against Allied proxies, which led to the establishment of the Republic of Turkey.
State Art and Sculpture Museum(3.1 km)
The State Art and Sculpture Museum exhibits a collection of Turkish art from the late 19th century to the present day.
Cer Modern(2.8 km)
The Cer Modern gallery displays Modern European art.
PTT Stamp Museum(2.2 km)
The Pul Muzesi or Stamp Museum at Turkish Telecom in Ankara displays a chronological collection of all the Ottoman and Turkish stamps circulated, from the first Tughra stamps of Sultan Abdülaziz of ‘The Sublime Ottoman Empire’ issued in 1863 up to present day prints.
Vakif Eserleri Museum(2.8 km)
The Vakif Eserleri Museum showcases breathtaking Turkish carpets from 15th and 16th centuries which were gifted to mosques all over the country.
Temple of Augustus and Rome(2.4 km)
The remains of the Augusteum or Temple of Augustus and Rome can be seen here.
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