Ankara is the capital of the Turkish Republic and the nation's political heartland.
It boasts universities, museums and concert halls and is a cultural centre.
The capital has a modern lay-out and a sound infrastructure plus a very modern
atmosphere. The city is surrounded by areas of great natural beauty.
By Road: Because it is the capital there are bus connections to everywhere in
the country. Ankara to Istanbul is 453 km, Ankara to Izmir is 580 km.
By Air : The International Esenboga Airpotr is 25 km from the city centre and
serves international and domestic destinations.
By Rail: Ankara-Istanbul, Ankara-Izmir, Ankara-Balikesir, Ankara-Isparta-Burdur,
Ankara-Zonguldak, Ankara-Adana, Ankara-Elazig-Diyarbakir are all connections.
Climate :Under the influence of a steppe climate, Ankara has cold, wet winters
and dry, hot summers. There are differences in the climate to be seen over the
length of the province.
To the south the weather is very clearly that of the steppe but in the nort sees the
damp and rainy climate of the Black Sea.
The average yearly temperature is 12.5 degree Celsius, the coldest month is February
(averate temperature -0.3 degree Celsius) and the hottest month is August (average
temperature 24.3 degree Celsius).
Places to See
Anitkabir (the Mausoleum of Ataturk)
Gordion Ancient City
the Temple of Augustus
the Column of Julian
Haci Bayram Mosque
Ataturk Farm and Zoo (AOC)
Museum of Anatolian Civilisations
State Museum of Painting and Sculture
MTA Museum of Nature History
War of Independence and Republic Museum.
Excursions and Outings
Gordion (the tumulus of King Midas and necropolis)
International 23 April Children's Day (April)
International Ankara Film Festival (April-May)
International Ankara Music Festival (April-May)
International Ankara Cartoon Festival (May)
Flying Broom International Women's Film Festival (May)
Bilkent International Theatre Gathering (June)
golf hiking and trekking
fishing and camping.
coban kavurma (roasted meat)
meat with aubergine
cracked wheat pilaf
pit pit rice
yalanci ay pastry
As well as modern shopping centres such as :-
Galleria and Armada
More traditional handicrafts such as weaving, copper, pottery, matting,
leather plus different sorts of jewellery and decoration, gifts and an
extensive range of antiques can be found in the shops and stalls around
the Citadel in Ulus district, Samanpazari and Cikrikcilar Yokusu and
For Meetings B Hall - 1,300 square metres (Capacity : 1250)
Indoor Expo Hall - 7,500
Outdoor Expo Hall - 25,000
Altinpark Expo Centre has all the equipment and convenience needed for
contemporary fairs and its conference hall is an ideal and modern choice
for organising congresses, conferences and concerts. It can also be used
Offers a sufficient level of lighting, heating, cooling, integral ventilation,
wireless internet, public address and music broadcast system and a 1000 vehicle
ODTU (Middle Easte Technical University) Cultural and Exhibition Centre
Size and Capacity of the Conference Halls
ODTU Kampusu / Ankara
Tel : +90 312 210 4151
Fax : +90 312 210 4154
For Meetings (Hall 1) - 181 square metres (Capacity : 193)
For Meetings (Hall 2) - 178 square metres (Capacity : 196)
For Concerts (Hall) - (Capacity : 850)
It is one of Turkey's most modern cultural and convention centres with its
two meeting halls and a large concert hall.
Two simultaneous translation rooms
presentation tools, sound systems
data show and a centralised video distribution systems
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