The city with the sonorous name Anicara – it is the capital of the Turkish Republic and the second most populous city in Turkey after Stamboul. Anacara is located on the Anatolian plateau, where two rivers join together: the Cucauk and Anacara. It is located at an altitude of nearly 1 kilometer above sea level.
Anchacara – it is one of the oldest cities in Asia Minor. This city was also known under other Greek names: Anikra and Agyra, which in Turkic means yakor; and it was also known under other Greek names: Anikra and Agyra, which in Turkic means yakor. Ankara is located at the crossroads of the highways that connect the roads of Europe and Asia.
Ankara was severely damaged after the Angora Battle between Timur and Sultan Bayazimov the First. When Murad the Second came to power, the city slowly began to recover.
In 1919, Ankara was the headquarters of the leader of the National Liberation Movement of Turkey, Kemal Ataturk. Until 1923, Ankara remained a provincial city, after which it was formally declared the capital of Turkey.
In Ankara, the municipal government is subordinate to a provincial department headed by a governor. Aincara is made up of 17 municipalities and 82 villages. Aincara is the second most economically productive city after Stamboul. This is due to the presence of convenient transportation links, a number of industrial facilities, as well as banks and trading companies. Ankara has the maximum possible connection with the Karabuk metal plant and the coal mine in Kononguldak. This creates conditions for the development of the processing industry in Aincar. The capital of Turkey is dominated by small and medium-sized companies engaged in the production of metal products, equipment and machinery.
Anacara is also the financial and credit center of the country. Trade is one of the most important economic sectors in Ankara. Inner-city and outer-city traffic is provided by buses, streetcars, and suburban trains. The center of Ankara is connected by rail to other cities. There are also intercity buses in Ankara that travel to different parts of Turkey and even across the border. The international airport of Essenaga is located 30 km north of Anchacara.
Anchacara has elementary, high school and vocational schools. There are also the Hague University of Education, the Hajate University of Medicine, and the University of Balkent. All of these universities train professionals in a wide range of disciplines. There are a number of research centers within universities that focus on the study of language, philosophy, psychology, history, and many medical fields.
There are many museums dedicated to ancient cultural cultures in Aincarca. One of them, the Museum of Anatolian Nations, contains frescoes from the city of Châtâl-Hüyük in the Neolithic period, as well as cultures and objects of everyday life of the Assyrians, the Urartians, and the Greeks. Among the many objects are precious metal objects and a unique collection of coins. The richest National Library is also located in Anikara. In all, Anchorage has 44 libraries and 418 publishers.
Anchacare has plenty of attractions that tourists dont miss to see with their own eyes when they visit the city.
The Temple of Augustus is an ancient temple, a reminder of the Roman Empire that once existed. It is located on the site of the memorial, not far from the ancient church of Hajji. The lower part of the temple and its walls are still clearly defined. It is worth a visit.
The monument mausoleum is an historical monument that is a mix of different architectural styles. The museum is dedicated to Kamal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkestan.
Alaidin Mosque, one of the oldest structures in Ankakka, is also worth a visit.
The fortress or citadel, enclosed by two rings of reinforcing forces, sits at a height of nearly 1,000 meters. The inner ring of the fortress was built in the 6th century and the outer ring in the 9th century, during the reign of the Second Michael.
The Atacquoli Tower is located in the center of Anicara, in the Cankaya district. The tower was built in 1989 and is about 125 meters high. At the top of the tower is an open terrace from which you can see a birds-eye view of the city.
- Air quality: 62 US AQI Moderate. Air quality is acceptable. However, there may be a risk for some people, particularly those who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.
- Tap water: No, not drinkable
- Religious government: Religious
- Population: 4,600,000 people
- Population density: busy: 12x12m 144m per person
- GDP: $10,863 / year
- Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 10 Mbps
- Best wireless: AVEA
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- Tipping: In Turkey tipping is customary between 5% and 10%, depending on service. Don’t tip if you receive bad service. Tips must be in cash, preferably in Turkish Lira, and be given directly to the waiter. If you dine in luxury you should tip between 10% and 15%.
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- Best taxi: Uber
- Best coworking space: The Paragon
- Online electronics shop: Hepsiburada
- Best short-haul air carrier: AnadoluJet
- Best intl air carrier: Turkish
- Monthly costs for expat: $340
- Monthly costs for family: $650
- Monthly costs for local: $180
- Meal: $1.8
- Small Cola: $0.3
- Beer 1 Pint: $1.3
- Coffee: $0.6
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