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... as early valve radios, TV's, You get the idea. It was beautifully presented in a restored Caravanserai. Unfortunately our time in Ankara was too short-lived and we made our way back to our hotel to collect our luggage, said a fond farewell to our hosts and were picked up outside the door by our taxi! The guard at the fortress gates merely moved the witch's hat so the taxi could drive through. Ankara has lots of money to spend on roads and beautifying ...
... fish and a lamb and tomato hotpot, so we ordered one of each. Soon a group of seven came in and were recommended the same meals, then a group of four, followed by a group of three. The little courtyard restaurant was buzzing, but our man had it all sorted - everyone was ordering the two meals he wanted us to! He was also a great fan of Münir Nurettin Selçuk a famous Turkish tenor of the 50's and 60's. Photos of him adorned the wall and his voice rang out of the ...
... the lions to make it look like the original several millinnia ago. They could have accomplished this as a separate sculpture.
We were also able to see the 12' relief of ...
... off so I had Hattusa, the Hittite capital, to myself (until the tour buses started arriving). Equipped with a learned guidebook, I spent 3 very contented hours wandering the site of this C14 BC city. The road around the site is 5kms long. Wildflowers peppered amongst the remnants of the nerve centre of a once powerful empire. So powerful that it defeated Rameses II of Egypt (and held off the Assyrians). A great morning.
... the conquerors of Babylon and challengers of the Egyptian pharaohs. Hattusha was their ruling center and the site of their temples to the Storm God and other deities. At its peak, the city was comprised of an inner and outer portion, both surrounded by massive walls (some of their foundations are still visible) which were erected between 1344 and 1322 BC. The outer wall contained elaborate ...