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The mausoleum of Kemal Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic, was constructed in 1944 and sits atop a hill overlooking the city.
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AnItkabir, AnIt Cad. Tandogan, Cankaya, Ankara 06520, Turkey
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Reviewed today via mobile

Its really wonderful. The view over ankara is incredible and the walk ak through to ataturk' tomb is nice.

Thank Mohammad S
Reviewed 1 week ago

He is the most famous person in our history, he is the man who saves the country, he is the man who builds the country, he is the man who develops the country and he is the man who sees the future and left so...More

1  Thank Murat K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Every child should visit there to see museum. Fabulous place, perfect history. There are some rituals there about soldier you can see them if you catch the shift changing.

Thank ibrahim A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Here is not only a tomb, also a museum which has information about independence war and early years of the republic.

Thank Emre S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

First of all I am family with teens and young children to gather It is a big place you will walk a lot in side There is a big park out side You can find every thing about the history of Turkey between 1915 -1938...More

Thank lanasuliman
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I've seen many monuments to men in my travels but this is one of the most overrated, built on hero worship. As helpful as many of his actions and decisions were for the country (and some were not), this seems equal to a pyramid in...More

2  Thank JoanruthB
Reviewed July 8, 2018 via mobile

It is worth a visit as it has a strong significance to the Turkish people. It is also nice to see the architectural design of the whole place which is visually quite amazing. The soldiers put on a great display at the change over of...More

Thank ahmsjs
Reviewed July 7, 2018 via mobile

I enjoyed the visit. The monument is beautifully designed and soldiers guarding in the corners are so disciplined they don’t move a muscle! The building is constructed on hilltop so you’ll get a nice view of the city. The museum must be more interesting to...More

Thank pardis t
Reviewed July 1, 2018 via mobile

You must visit Anıtkabir and the museum when you are in Ankara. I suggest you come with a taxi and take the free shuttle from entrance. If you come with your own car, it is a hassle to enter and exit due to security requirements....More

Thank izmirli35
Reviewed June 25, 2018

It is an impressive architecture decorated with sculptures that narrate Turkish war of independence, flooded by citizens of all ages and all political opinions especially at the national holidays. I strongly recommend the Independence Museum downstairs. You can also see the Nobel prize of Aziz...More

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No cost. It's free to visit.
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You'd have to check their website for hours and days of operation but I believe it's open everyday for normal museum type hours. Yes they have English translations. It's a long walk around the museum so bring comfortable... More
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