Stabler has also seen similar pillars, but the Julian Pillar also has a historical story in it. The tour guide also specially introduced it at the time. The history of Turkey can also be traced back, very far away.
When you pass by here, you can see this huge pillar, which is a cylindrical stone-shaped building. The visit here is also quite interesting. You can visit the nearby small restaurant Linchang’s characteristic Turkish cuisine, and there are some good ones. Something to eat.
[Scenery] The surrounding old town scenery
This stone pillar is several tens of meters in height. It is said that it has a long history and lasts for thousands of years. I don't know how people sent it up in the early days. The scale is large and the surrounding scenery is very beautiful.
This bead is located in the city center. It has a history of thousands of years. It is very eye-catching. You must take a photo here. This is a local landmark.
The huge column standing diagonally on the left extends to the outside, and the design is very novel. Although it is not very big, it is a majestic building here.
Preston_Dominguez: Haci Bayram Mh., 06080 Ankara
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ankara,Ankara kalesi,Mausoleum for former Turkish leader,Museum of Anatolian Civilizations,Ethnography Museum