Museum Of Anatolian Civilizations
Anatolian Civilizations Museum, located in the Altındağ district of Ankara. In Ankara, the Anatolia archeological exhibits and a museum is among the museums of the world. In Atpazari district, on the coast southeast of the outer walls of Ankara Castle, located in the new function organized by giving two Ottoman buildings. Parents of one of these structures built by Mahmut Pasha Mahmud Pasha Bazaar, the other Greek is Kurşunluhan built by Mehmet Pasha.
Initially only museum with artifacts from the Hittite period, then enriched with works of other civilizations, and ceased to be a Hittite Museum, Museum of Anatolian Civilizations has become. With its unique collection among the world's leading museums in the museum are exhibited in Anatolian archeology, starting from the Paleolithic Age to the present day. Council of Europe depends on European Museum Forum (European Museum Forum) which is provided by the Swiss city of Lausanne on the European Museum of the Year Award in 1997 the first chosen among 68 museums. winning this award is the only museum in Turkey at the moment. Çatalhöyük map of the city plan dated to 6200 years BC The museum is located and is the oldest known map of the world.