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Anadolu Medeniyetleri Muzesi

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Anadolu Medeniyetleri Muzesi

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Gozcu Sokak No: 2 Ulus, Ankara 06240 Turkey
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Turkey and Greece Combo Package from JFK 20 Days

This tour departs from Newark Liberty Intl Arpt (<br><br>EWR) on 9th and 23rd of July with a direct&#xa0;Emirates Airlines flight to Athens. And return with a direct&#xa0;Turkish Airlines flight&#xa0;from Istanbul to JFK, NYC. <br><br>With this fabulous program you will be able to visit the following highlights of Greece &amp; Turkey: <br> • Athens <br> • Santorini Island <br> • Mykonos Island <br> • Samos Island <br> • Ephesus <br> • Pamukkale <br> • Aphrodisias <br> • Fethiye <br> • Antalya&#xa0; <br> • Konya&#xa0; <br> • Cappadocia <br> • Ankara <br> • Istanbul
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SebASMR wrote a review Feb 2021
Torreon, Mexico2 contributions
This castle was very interesting to watch and the fact that was built in 1394 and had different types of art
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Ivan T. wrote a review Nov 2020
Vienna, Austria232 contributions129 helpful votes
If you can only visit one museum in Ankara, you should visit this museum. Located in the heart of the old city of Ankara, this museum has a huge collection of historic artefacts from Anatolia, from pre-historic times to the medieval period. What I was particularly fascinated with - a wonderful collection of ancient gods' statues as well as a very impressive set of Hittite objects. You do not find such a variety in museums in Europe. Definitely a must see.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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marius v wrote a review Sep 2020
Cluj-Napoca, Romania27 contributions5 helpful votes
Great display of the history of the Anatolian civilisation. It's a really well organised museum with lots of interesting displays.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Traveler from Finland wrote a review Sep 2020
Orimattila, Tavastia Proper38 contributions4 helpful votes
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This museum is super interesting. There are so many nice artifacts there. The grave stones outside the building were worth seeing too.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jane E wrote a review Aug 2020
New York City, New York466 contributions317 helpful votes
This is an outstanding museum, one of the best I have ever visited. The exhibits are fascinating and particularly well curated. This should be on everyone's "must see list" when in Turkey. I visited Ankara specifically to see this place and it was absolutely worth the trip. A circuit covers the history of Anatolia from the Paleolithic era through to the Uratians documented with amazing artifacts. Don't miss it! My only (small) compliant is that a few items were missing leaving an empty stand with the identity card still beside it. I expect they were on loan to other museums but it would have been nice to have some explanation provided.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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