Hacı Bayram Camii
Temple of Augustus & Rome
Except for a couple of imposing, inscribed walls, not much remains of this temple (AD 25) built to honour the Roman Emperor Augustus.
Column of Julian
Erected in honour of Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate's visit to Ankara, the Column of Julian sits proudly in a square ringed by...
From Hisarparkı Caddesi, you can view the sparse remains of a Roman theatre from around 200 to 100 BC.
Hacı Bayram Veli Caddesi · interesting places nearby
Hacı Bayram Camii information
Ankara's most revered mosque is Hacı Bayram Camii. Hacı Bayram Veli was a Muslim 'saint' who founded the Bayramiye dervish order around 1400. Ankara was the order's centre and Hacı Bayram Veli is still revered by pious Muslims. The mosque was built in the 15th century, with tiling added in the 18th century. Surrounding shops sell religious paraphernalia (including wooden toothbrushes as used, supposedly, by the Prophet Mohammed).