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This Villa was given to Ataturk as a summer residence, it’s a lovely home and gardens.
Apparently he did not spend a great deal of time there but it’s worth checking out. The gardens are well maintained as is the furnished Villa.
There is a...More
This is a beautiful property that offers a nice view of the black sea from the balcony; however, we visited on the weekend and found it to be way too crowded to enjoy the property. The amount of people make it almost impossible to find...More
The house was interesting but we struggled to find a place to park had to wait to get in and the house was so busy it was hard to walk around and see the rooms.
Nice cafe opposite and a shop that specialises in silver...More
We decided to go to the Ataturk Kosku after having visited the Sumela Monastery because it was only around mid-afternoon. There was no queue and tickets were not too expensive. The house offers an interesting insight into a small part of Ataturk's life, and the...More
High above Trabzon in the district of Soğuksu, Atatürk Pavilion was built by a Greek citizen of the Ottoman Empire in 1890. It is a splendid building in a well kept park. Often you can watch newly weds being photographed there, or young boys together...More
there is a big and nice garden. pavillion is nice with landscape. Ataturk's everyday life is in it. Architecturally, it's also about a period of modern architecture. It looks like the style of expressionism.