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Ankara Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 41 pictures in our Ankara collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure Featured Print

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure

Gold, Silver, Lapis and Obsidian in the Splendid Swords of the Kings - The Royal Treasure of Dorak c.3000 BC - report of the finds from the excavations by James Mellaart, Assistant Director, The British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara. A small cemetery consisting of two Royal cist graves and two pithos burials of servants was found high up on a hill slope near the village of Dorak, on the southern shore of Lake Apolyont (Vilayet of Bursa) in North-west Turkey near the Sea of Marmara. Date: 1959

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gazi, Ankara, Turkey - Railway Station Featured Print

Gazi, Ankara, Turkey - Railway Station

Gazi, Ankara, Turkey - Railway Station. A wonderful mid-1920s Station displaying a variety of Architectural styles - opened by Kemal Ataturk in 1926. We can date this card very accurately as it displays Ataturk's alphabet reform, which occured in 1928. No longer a station, the building is now a restaurant. Date: circa 1928

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Ankara - Mosque and Tomb of Hajji Bayram Veli Featured Print

Ankara - Mosque and Tomb of Hajji Bayram Veli

Ankara - Mosque and Tomb of Hajji Bayram Veli (1352 -1430). Was called Numan - changed to Bayram after he met his spiritual leader Somuncu Baba during the festival of Eid ul-Adha which is called Kurban Bayrami. Dervish or Darvesh in Persian usually refers to a person who is a seeker of the truth i.e. universal truth'. Within the Islamic tradition such people are often known as Sufis, Sufi, people of the way or mystics and they come from every strata of society; here monetary considerations are inapplicable since the situation is that of a deep personal inner spiritual longing. There are in existence a number Sufi Orders many of which bear the name of a great saint and within these orders various practices have continued over the centuries in order to assist generations of seekers whose desire is to be brought to reality itself. It is said that the number of ways to reality/truth exceeds the number of grains of sand on the beach. It may be noted that this infinite number of ways to truth can even start at a point beyond religion, ultimately the truth is an univeral quality."

© Mary Evans Picture Library/Grenville Collins