Beypazarı Hıdırlık Hill

Beypazarı Hıdırlık Hill

Beypazarı Hıdırlık Hill

Beypazarı Hıdırlık Hill is a tradition that has survived from the Ottoman Empire in Ankara. There's nothing like taking in the unique scenery here. It makes it possible to see the city as an air view, attracting these large sections. Beypazarı Hıdırlık Hill, which is one of the sine qua non haunts of the local and foreign tourists and the people of the region, is dazzling with its natural scenery. The name 'hidirlik' is also remarkable. According to rumor, the precious entity Khidr who lived during the time of Moses prayed at this point in Beypazarı. In many parts of Turkey, many hills from the Ottoman Empire have taken the name ‘Hıdırlık’. Beypazarı Hıdırlık Hill, the highest point in Ankara, has a layout with the focus of the cruise terrace. Within the scope of the modernization project in recent years, it is possible to spend a pleasant time in social areas and enjoy local tastes. There are also playgrounds for children, places for picnics and walking paths for sports lovers. The transportation to hill being also a great place to gaze at the sunset, which may be a little tiring for some, but is provided by foot or by car. Finally, the hill, which hosts various events every year, is especially famous for its Beypazarı Kite Festival.

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