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This statue has an important symbolic meaning for the people in Turkey. Located in the middle of the Taksim Square, it depicts the style of its era. It was built in 1928. The sculptor who designed it was Italian, Pietro Canonica and two important Turkish...More
Republic Monument is located in Taksim Square and mostly used for meeting with people. The statue is not artistic himself however a symbol of Turkish independence with their leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Not a-must-see landmark however if you visit Taksim it will not harm to...More
Every person that comes to Taksim Square can see the Monument to the Republic. It depicts the development, or the two sides, of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk: soldier and statesman. Mostly a lot of people walk around the monument taking photos from all directions, and mostly...More
This is a worthwhile monument to see. It is very important and forms a rallying point for protests in Taksim Square. It has been beautifully constructed and is a worthy monument to such an important figure in Turkey's history.
The Republic Monument was built in Taksim Square in 1928, to symbolise the newly created republic.
The marble/stone structure with bronze statues was designed by an Italian sculptor. Ataturk, as expected is the centerpiece of this monument. A lot of locals pose for photographs in...More
This monument is a famous photo spot of Taksim Square. Whenever I visit Istanbul, I come this square and take some pictures here. There are many people wandering around this monument. The statue of Ataturk is seen on one side of the monument.