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The Capital city of modern Turkey, with its 8 million population, is the second biggest city after Istanbul. According to ancient historian Stephanos Byzantines, Ankara was founded by the Galatians and named Ancyra, which means “anchor” in Latin. The historian tells us that the Galatians fought with king Pontos Mithradates against Ptolemaios at the Black Sea in 4C BC. With the Galatian forces, Mithradates won the battle then presented them land and anchor. The Galatians settled around Ankara and presented the anchor to the Temple Men.

Ankara has always been an important location for civilizations. According to researchers, Lydians, Phrygians, and Hittites had lived in Ankara. Byzantine emperors used to come for rest, and for the Ottomans, Ankara was the central state in Anatolia. Emperor Augustus conquered Ankara, and he built markets, waterways, and roads. Within this time, Ankara became one of the most important places of Christianity. During the reign of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificant, Ankara became a central province, and the Ottomans built mosques, and fountains and developed the city. You can book Ankara City Tour with Romos Travel.

After the Ottoman Empire lost WW1, the allies invaded the Ottoman capital Istanbul and most of the coasts. Atatürk and his commanders chose Ankara because of its strategic location to start the national sovereignty war. On 29 October 1923, the Republic of Turkey was founded, and Atatürk became the first president of Turkey.


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