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A Greenhorn in Ankara

Created by TianjinPaul on February 17, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

Ankara from the perspective of someone totally new, who speaks no Turkish.

Ankara: One Man’s Dream…

Created by Mutt on May 21, 2009 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
1 Story

Turkey’s much maligned modern capital owes it’s current august status to the influence of one man, Mustafa Kemel Atatürk (the country’s founder and first president), who placed this strategically located, but otherwise unappealing, Anatolian backwater (formerly famous only for it’s wool) at the heart of a new nation.

Driving Eastern Turkey Part 1: Ankara - Van

Created by HobWahid on August 8, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
9 Stories

Sadly, most tourists in Turkey don't get farther east than Cappadocia, but for those with a sense of adventure, Eastern Turkey will reward with some of Turkey's most spectacular monuments and wonderful hidden gems. Renting a car is the perfect way to discover just what the East has to offer

A Capital Time in Ankara

Created by fizzytom on July 2, 2010

2 Reviews

Two and a half days in Turkey's modern capital city.

A Tribute to Ataturk's Anitkabir, Ankara - Must Se

Created by oncealive on June 9, 2005

1 Review

The Ankara visit had to include paying our respects to Ataturk, founder of the Republic of Turkey. Not only was it a good feeling around the masoleum, it was magnificient, with the view, the design, and the grandness he highly deserved. The capital of Turkey, Ankara, was worthy of this trip.



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