Ankara was declared capital of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Until then Ankara had been a small provincial city, mostly famous for the production of soft goat's wool. This city still exists, in and around the old citadel that was the site of the original settlement. The other part of Ankara is the modern metropolis that has grown up around a carefully planned attempt to create a seat of government worthy of a modern, Western-looking state. Did not find what you are looking for?
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