Ataturk House & Museum
Ataturk House & Museum
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Donsafe
Canterbury, UK1,122 contributions
Oct 2020
What an interesting visit. A truly impressive man, still revered in Turkey and for good reason. Well worth the visit. Lovely walks nearby and good places to eat.
Written November 19, 2020
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Denis B
Melbourne, Australia43 contributions
A visit very much worth the effort particularly as it is free and aids in understanding the relevance of this famous man in Turkey's history. This is particularly relevant to those of Australian, New Zealand or British origin whose forefather's faced a formidable foe in the person of Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk) in the Gallipoli campaign of 1915. He went on to be the father of Turkey and is highly revered.
Written May 2, 2015
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edantalya
Antalya,Turkey54 contributions
Sep 2014 • Couples
After the declaration of independence Atatürk visited Antalya and stayed at this old mansion.It is now a museum with photos and some of his possessions.It's in the center of the city next to Karaalioğlu Park.
Written October 16, 2014
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K.D.Ttree
Dundee, UK333 contributions
Mar 2018 • Couples
Entrance is free. good to see a bit more about the man who shaped modern day Turkey. Very piercing eyes on his photos. Wonder what he thinks about Turkey today?? Probably he would give mixed reviews. He was well aware one man could not be responsible for bringing about change, to make life better for everyone. He certainly gave it a good go. A progressive forward thinking man. Loved our visit.
Written March 17, 2018
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Norwich, UK125 contributions
Feb 2015 • Couples
Well worth a visit It's free interesting and worth a 30 minute visit , lots of interesting pictures and items of Ataturk
Written February 13, 2015
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Jilliana RB
Brighton and Hove, UK4,269 contributions
Mar 2017 • Solo
I went alone but would recommend going with a Turkish person for the translation and historical explanation. Nice house. Ask to be taken up by lift if you have a walking problem. Leaflet in English. Highly recommended.
Written March 29, 2017
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia14,039 contributions
May 2016
Nothing stands still, but Attaturk remains as a powerful symbol of modern Turkey. Attaturk mean literally "Father of the Turks," a title bestowed on him by a grateful nation. This house and museum is very interesting, you will learn much about modern Turkey during your visit.
Written May 7, 2016
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JEFFREY G
London, UK201 contributions
Nov 2015 • Solo
I was passing so I looked in as I saw that it was free to enter. Mainly a display of historical photographs but there are other exhibits such as early radios and telephones, furniture and furnishing contemporary to Ataturk. Seems to be mainly used as an education facility for school children and indeed a groups visited while I was there. There is also a small collection of coins. medals, stamps and banknotes. It is a reminder of the secular beginnings of the modern Turkish state after the fall of the Ottoman Empire.
Written December 5, 2015
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia14,039 contributions
May 2015
This memorial is an ornate reminder of the debt Turkey owes Attaturk, qwhich means literally, "Father of the Turks." It's worth visiting just for the craftsmanship that went into its construction. Attaturk was born with the simple name of Mustafa and was dubbed Attaturk by his grateful countrymen.
Written November 19, 2015
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Roger C
Antalya, Türkiye361 contributions
Aug 2015
This is an interesting insight into the old Antalya. Not only does it tell much about Ataturk's links with Antalya, it also gives some indication of an Antalya prior to the invasion of the tourists. It is also quiet and peaceful to go around as it appears not to be on the organised tourist trip routes.
Written November 1, 2015
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