Erimtan Archaeology and Arts Museum
Erimtan Archaeology and Arts Museum collection is a special archeaology collection featuring two thousand movable works, most of which have their origins in Anatolia. The collection was born when Yüksel Erimtan purchased his first Roman ring stones in 1960, and expanded over time with advice from expert archeaologists.> Details
The Conception of a Capital City: Jaussely’s Ankara
Led by Bilkent University and presented in partnership with the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality and the Institut Français, this exhibition was supported by lesser known information and documents about the culture of the city and the zoning plan competition from the early days of the Turkish Republic and inspired by architect-urban planner Leon Jaussely’s style of working. Guided by long-lived urban experiences and studies, it tells the story of the Capital that never actualized.> Details
Tuesday - Sunday 10.00-18.00
Reservation required for guided tours.
Fot information and reservation;
(312) 311 04 01
Parking space is not available.
Adults: 12 TL
Discounted (Students, Teachers and Adults 65+): 7 TL
Groups (Minimum 15 people): 8 TL
Kale Mahallesi Gözcü Sokak No:10 Altındağ/Ankara> Details
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