Ankara is located in the heart of the Anatolian plateau and is the second city of the Republic of Turkey by population after Istanbul. Ankara is truly
work Ataturk and it was contents a very small town of 30,000 inhabitants when Ataturk in 1920 was the general area of Turkey’s resistance.
The Ottoman Empire had lost the war and the allies planned to dismember the country. Istanbul was occupied by the enemy while Ankara, more difficult access to
its location in the center of Anatolia, was the ideal place to prepare for war independence. In 1923, AtatÃ¼rk made it the modern capital for strategic reasons.
Despite its old quarters, it is essentially a modern, airy and green, the disparate architectural styles, two designed by planners
Jansen, Berlin and Oerley, Vienna. Turkey’s symbol of renewal, Ankara now has over 4 million people and the population continues
increase due to rural migration. The climate is dry and sunny summer and winter, and the heat is never excessive.