Kızılay Square is one of the most important symbols for both Ankara and Turkey. Turkey’s capital is Ankara’s center. It takes its name from the Kızılay institution. With the 1930s, Kızılay , where ministry buildings were placed one after another, began to stand out as a bureaucratic and political center. Kızılay Square, which carries the traces of the Republic, offers modern life experiences to new Ankara residents with Atatürk Boulevard and Güvenpark. Turkey’s first skyscraper known as Turkey’s first skyscraper built in 1959 Flat Labor, the splendor of the building gives both a challenge and a different image to Ankara. A political and commercial center After 1960, with the construction of the new Parliament building, Kızılay has become the center of politics. When cinemas and bookstores accompany the new residential areas around the ministries, the region also becomes a cultural center. The heart of Ankara, Kızılay, is perhaps no longer the center of politics, bureaucracy and cultural life. There is also a shopping center where the Kızılay building is located. However, the Kızılay is still in the middle of Ankara, still at the center of the transportation network and therefore continues to be an important center.