With its name translating to "nation", Ulus Ankara is a quarter in the city of Ankara, in the vicinity of Ataturk Boulevard, home to a number of buildings that were built in during the early years of the republic. It was once the heart of the city of Ankara and the architecture of the buildings bear effects of republican revolutions. Notable attractions include the Temple of Augustus, Column of Julianus (362 AD), Roman Bath (3rd century AD), War of Independence Museum (Kurtuluş Savaşı Müzesi), the Ankara Ethnography Museum and the Hacı Bayram Mosque. The area is a popular place-of-interest in Ankara and is frequently visited by several tourists and travellers throughout the year.
Varies according to the site. Most sites do not require entrance fees.
Most buildings are open throughout the day and daytime visits are recommended.
Around 2 – 3 hours
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
The Temple of Augustus, Column of Julianus (362 AD), Roman Bath (3rd century AD), War of Independence Museum (Kurtuluş Savaşı Müzesi), the Ankara Ethnography Museum and the Hacı Bayram Mosque
The Haci Bayram Mosque is located within the Ulus area and can be visited during prayer times. Plenty of private space is also available and can be made use of.
Visitors will be offered several Halal food options and Halal restaurants in Ulus. Halal restaurants in Ankara such as Besiktas Kebap, Tourist Hotel Restaurant, Meshur Adiyaman Cig Koftecisi Omer Usta,Barcelo Ankara Altinel, Zenger Pasa Konagi, Divan Ankara Cukurhan and Hati Poglu Konagi are also available in relatively close proximity.