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A view of the remains of the Temple of Augustus in the oldest section of Ankara called the Ulus. The white building on the right is the remains of the temple. To view the actual site, with commentary, of the Temple of Augustus in Ankara, with 10 images, Click Here.
To the left of the temple is the Hacı Bayram Mosque. It was built in 1427 on behalf of the great Sufi poet Haci Bayram Veli. It also serves as a tomb for the Haci.