Museum of Anatolian Civilization

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The Museum of Anatolian Civilization (Gözcü Sokak 2, Ankara, Turkey; phone +312 324 31 60) reopened all of its sections on June 9 after completing restorations begun in 2011. 

The museum, which won Best European Museum honors in 1997, contains artifacts from every period of human occupation in Anatolia, from Paleolithic to modern day. Open 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. daily April through Oct. and 8:30-5:30 daily Nov. through March. Entry, TRY15 (near $7).

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The Museum of Anatolian Civilization (Gözcü Sokak 2, Ankara, Turkey; phone +312 324 31 60) reopened all of its sections on June 9 after completing restorations begun in 2011. 

The museum, which won Best European Museum honors in 1997, contains artifacts from every period of human occupation in Anatolia, from Paleolithic to modern day. Open 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. daily April through Oct. and 8:30-5:30 daily Nov. through March. Entry, TRY15 (near $7).