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It is a big and old museum. In every corner of the museum you can feel the history of Anatolia.They have animated the history in some parts. You should visit there if you interested the civilizations in Anatolia.
If you think that human being developed everything in the latest centuries, you don't have any knowledge about the history. In this museum, you will that we are just using similar tools that people in Anatolia used thousands of years ago.
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It is very nice museum with Ottoman arts and also it is possible to find lifestyle of past society. Ataturk was moved to here after he died and kept in here until Anitkabir was built. There are plenty of photos about Ataturk’s funereal in this...More
Although this museum is focussed on the history of Anatolia, it serves equally well as a fascinating chronicle of human development over the ages,anywhere. Some practical tips : do ask for a brochure (free), and an audio-guide (10 TL), as these are inexplicably not offered...More
I knew every little about this museum before being taken there on a tour. What a gem! The most extraordinary chroniciling of several thousand years of multiple civilisations. It is extremely well laid out, sequential and labelled. My particular interest is Roman history, but this...More
The museum is beautifully presented with subtle low level lighting and an incredible display of ancient artifacts dating back more than 5000 years. Many of the Countries historical artifacts are on display here especial carved stone reliefs. It pays to have a guide if you...More