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Turkey : Ankara

Capital of Turkey is Ankara situated "convenient" in Zentralanatolien with 3.203.362 inhabitants "residents". Ankara is not only the administrative center of Turkey , but beside Istanbul and Izmir also one of the biggest economic centers of the land "country" and significant university town. Ankara is proud to be a "green" town "city", everywhere one bumps into smaller and bigger parks. As a relatively young "new" town "city" Ankara offers only few historical places of interest. Amtkabir , the Atatürk mausoleum, is the most impressive building "construction" in new Ankara.

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You see things; and you say, "Why?" But I dream things that never were; and I say, "Why not?"
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