Yozgat City,Turkey

After the highway divides, the eastern fork leads to Yozgat, 217 km from Ankara. Founded in the 18th century by the Ottomans the city has two important buildings from this period – the Capanoglu Mosque, and the adjoining Suleyman Bey Mosque. The 19th century Nizamoglu Mansion, an attractive example of Turkish domestic architecture, now houses ethnographical exhibits. Camlik National Park is a few kilometres south of the city.

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