Roman Bath Open Air Museum, Ankara

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  • on March 23, 2018 Roman baths lari and open-air museum I went open air field Museum card traveled a large amount of entrance fee there are columns of the Roman works the middle of the hole are probably water arches, a large amount of very large public bath area with Hammam portion of tombstones There are there is always a space on the human figures easily
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  • Although some neglected still a beautiful open-air museum, you go. 2000 years ago a chance to see closely the Ankara.
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  • Diskapiya is on the left side on the way to development. Incl. ūcretlidir. There is a large area of ruins. Maintenance free. The history is full of ancient artifacts.
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  • The museum displays the remains of Roman baths complex effects and is one of the most important historical monuments in Ankara, where is located near the "ulus", built by the Roman Emperor ' karkala ' in the third century AD. Roman bathrooms heated room, heated room, cold room, a place for exercise and physical education, wrestling, and swimming pool. The origin of the word old Ankara is INCORA, is a name I call it alfrigion rulers who flourished in their time (about 1000 BC), also known as ankira, dating its founding to a Hittite civilization during the bronze age. Controlled allidion and Persians who continued its long periods until the defeat of Alexander of Macedon conquered by Ankara in 323 BC. The city witnessed another expansion however by Greeks who provided approximately 300 BC, with trade point for goods between the Black Sea and Anatolia and the Levant and Persia and Armenia. Seized by the Romans led by Augustus in 25 BC and since then became the capital of the Roman province of Galatia. The Goths invaded several times and then the Arabs under the rule of Queen Zenobia, Emperor Aurelian returned to Roman authority in 272. Took its place as the second capital of the Byzantine State in the late fourth century a.d. when it became the summer resort of the emperors, they get away from free Constantinople and moisture. After the advent of Islam and Muslims and rotation conquests movement breadth Byzantines take over the city several times, and continued importance stemming from its strategic location as a crossroads. Ankara was chosen as the capital of the Turkish Republic in 1923 after the announcement, and was located in inner Anatolia significant impact on this choice, the leaders at that time-in front of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk-they wanted to protect the capital and as far away from threats to Allied armies that were cruising the Bosphorus And the Aegean Sea, as well as being the headquarters of Turkish troops involved in the war of independence.
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  • I went to 2010.7.20. It was a rare black pillar is one of about. After the site only.
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  • So empty inside
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