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The Tulumtas Caves are known for their stalactite and stalagmite formations at a height of 1200 metres above sea level..
The Tulumtas Caves are known for their stalactite and stalagmite formations at a height of 1200 metres above sea level.
The Ankara Aviation Museum in the north-east corner of the Etimesgut Air Base traces the history of aviation globally as well as locally in Turkey
The Middle East Technology University’s Science and Technology Museum showcases modern technological tools as well as evolution of technology in Turkey
The Tabiyat Tarihi Muzesi or Natural History Museum has a wide variety of exhibits tracing the evolution of the earth and life since its formation
The Dikmen Vadisi Park offers a beautiful spot for relaxation, with verdant gardens, flowers and fountains
The Mustafa Ayaz Museum & Cultural Museum exhibits paintings and sculptures by the eponymous artist
The Ataturk House Museum is a replica of the house in Thessaloniki (Greece) where Kemal Ataturk was born and spent his childhood
The Atakule Tower is a 125 m high communications and observation tower in the Cankaya district
Goksu Park is one of the largest parks in Ankara, with an amphitheatre and a go-carting track
The Pembe Köşk (Pink Villa) is an Ottoman-era house in Çankaya which was home to Turkish President İsmet İnönü from 1925 to 1973