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Ankara

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Modern Ankara. Original bas relief in the Bedestan, the National Museum of Hittite Art. Ankara. Bas relief of a horse in the National Museum of Hittite art.
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Old Ankara. A section of the walls of the Citadel. Modern Ankara. The Çübük Weir, one of the sources of Ankara’s water supply.
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Modern Ankara. Veterinary class in the Institute of Agricultural Sciences Modern Ankara. Scientists in the Phytopathological department, Higher Institute of Agricultural Sciences.
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Modern Ankara. The Halk-evi or Peoples Palace, containing principally the Concert Hall and Theatre, and the Public Library. Ankara. The Ataturk monument.
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Modern Ankara. Some of the Ministries and Governmental Offices – Bakanliklar – adjoining the Atatürk Boulvard in the Yenişehir suburb Old Ankara. Remains of the Temple of Rome and Augustus with a corner of the Haci Bayram Mosque.
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Husseyin Ghazi [?] from Old Ankara. Old Ankara. View towards Husseyin Ghazi. Modern Ankara. A section of the National Museum of Hittite Art in course of arrangement
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Old Ankara. Walls of the Citadel Ankara. Elma dag, the Apple mountain 1850 metres, from the Citadel.
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Outskirts of Ankara. Typical better-class Anatolian cottage.

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