The Ankara Turkish Religious Foundation, the museum is a museum worthy of pioneering. There are many cultural relics unearthed from Turkey in various periods. The time span is about 3000 years. It spans several civilizations and is definitely worth the money to visit.
The Turkish Religious Foundation Museum is quite atmospheric, and religion is also very sacred here. The Foundation is an independent building, and you can learn about the religious history of Turkey here.
[Interest] Moderately interesting
[Cost-effective] not high cost
Tourists who have visited here have a very high evaluation of this place. Their evaluation of this place is: The surrounding environment is good here. We can have fun. The foundation of the exhibits here are precious cultural relics collected from various places including mosques across the country. This building is very old and covers a very large area. It is also very majestic, we can take pictures here. In this museum we can see any cultural relics, oil paintings and many other things and exhibits are displayed here. This place concentratedly displays religious culture and art. It also proves the beauty of religious and cultural beliefs and the splendor of art and culture here. The environment here is also good. After seeing the museum here, you will go around and you will feel relaxed and happy with the blue sky and white clouds. This place is a cultural treasure of Turkey, it is worth our visit here.
It is very worth visiting, this is the Memorial Hall of the Father of the Sun
This museum is hidden in the main Ataturk Boulevard. Claims to be Foundation Works, a religious museum.
This museum is not so big but has quite an interesting collection. And it is FREE! Besides the carpets, there is a section dedicated to wood works and calligraphy!
The presentation of these antique rugs was really well done. Some rugs are really worn down and damaged, but I imagine that's part of the charm as well. I could spend a long time here.
This museum is tucked away just off the main Ataturk Boulevard. It calls itself a museum of Religious Foundation Works, but this is primarily carpets used for praying at mosques throughout Turkey. T...
it is not known well yet there are many unique carpets and kilims. it is ike the one in Istanbul. the carpets are very nice and exceptional. gorgeous carpets no...
Maybe due to its hidden location between two other buildings, it is one of the most unknown museums of Ankara. But actually it has a very valuable collection of handwritten books, carpets, kilims ...