The city of Ankara, Turkey.
Ankara definition by Webster's New World
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capital of Turkey, in the central part: pop. 2,235,000
Ankara definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Formerly An·cy·ra and An·go·ra
The capital of Turkey, in the west-central part of the country at an elevation of about 915 m (3,000 ft). An important commercial center from ancient times until the late 19th century, the city declined until it replaced Istanbul as the capital in 1923. Population: 3,200,000.
Ankara - Cultural Definition
Capital of Turkey, located in west-central Turkey; the country's administrative, commercial, and cultural center.
- Formerly known as Angora; home of Angora goats, famous for their fine wool.