ANKARA

M ustafa Kemal, who came to Ankara on December 27, 1919, chose the city as the headquarters of the resistance movement in Anatolia. What he had in his mind was that "Ankara" was geographically in the middle of Anatolia, that Istanbul could be reached by rail, its proximity to the Western Front and the people's full support for the national struggle here.

Mustafa Kemal founded the Grand National Assembly in Ankara on April 23, 1920, two days after the British invasion of Istanbul, when the Meclis-i Mebusan in Istanbul officially dissolved himself. While these were happening, the Greeks also advanced to the shores of the Sakarya River in the summer of 1920 to suppress the Anatolian campaign and capture the city of Ankara. This tough battle that took place near Polatlı was noted in history as the turning point of the War of Independence.

"There is no line of defense, there is surface defense. That surface is the whole land."

Weeks after this great defeat, the Turkish-French conflict ended with the Ankara Agreement with France. Continued result of the War of Liberation prove its sovereignty over the territory of Turkey, 1922 Lausanne Peace Conference and was registered in the national boundaries of the international community with the Treaty of Lausanne of 1923 and the entire world or independence was approved. Anatolia resistance to the hosts Ankara, October 13, 1923 was proclaimed as the capital of the Republic of Turkey.

So let's go through the pages of Ankara, which preserves all the glory of the Anatolian Resistance from those days to these days like a book that should be read.

ADDRESS

Esat cad. No: 32 Küçükesat
06660 Çankaya/ANKARA

PHONE

+90 (312) 419 58 88

EMAIL

nevapalas@nevapalas.com.tr

ANKARA TOWER

Address: Kale Mahallesi 06240 Altındağ, Ankara
Visiting Hours: 24/7

ESTREGON TOWER

Address: Güçlükaya Mahallesi Fatih Caddesi Bülbüller Sokağı Keçiören, Ankara
Visiting Hours: Every day between 10.00-20.00

MUSEUM OF ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATIONS

Address: Kale, Gözcü Sk. No:2, 06240 Ulus/Altındağ/Ankara
Visiting Hours: 08.30-18.00

RAHMI KOC MUSEUM

Address: Kale, Depo Sokak No:1, 06230 Altındağ/Ankara
Visiting Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10.00-17.00, Saturday-Sunday 10.00-19.00

INDEPENDENCE WAR MUSEUM 1.TBMM

Address: Doğanbey Mahallesi Cumhuriyet Bulvarı No:14 Ulus, Ankara
Visiting Hours: 09.00-17.30

ANKARA REPUBLIC MUSEUM 2.TBMM

Address: Doğanbey, Cumhuriyet Cd. No:7, 06050 Altındağ/Ankara
Visiting Hours: 1 Nisan-1 Ekim 10.00-17.00, 1 Ekim-1 Nisan 08.30-18.00

ANITKABIR

Address: Yücetepe, Akdeniz Cd. No:31, 06570 Çankaya/Ankara
Visiting Hours: 09:00 - 17:00

ATATURK AND INDEPENDENCE WAR MUSEUM

Address: Maltepe, Anıt Cd., 06570 Çankaya/Ankara
Visiting Hours: Every day 09.00-17.00

EYNEBEY HAMMAM

Address: Adnan Saygun Caddesi No:11 Ulus, Altındağ, Ankara
Visiting Hours: 24/7

KARACABEY HAMMAM

Address: Talatpaşa Bulvarı No:101 06000 Hamamönü, Ankara
Visiting Hours: 24/7 (For Men) / 07.00-21.00 (For Women)

HACI BAYRAM VEL-I MOSQUE

Address: Hacı Bayram Mahallesi Sarıbağ Sokak No:13 Altındağ, Ankara
Visiting Hours: 24/7

KOCATEPE MOSQUE

Address: Kültür Mahallesi Dr. Mediha Eldem Sokak No:67 06420 Çankaya, Ankara
Visiting Hours: 24/7

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