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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...More
This small museum is where Ataturk (founder of the Republic of Turkey) stayed when visiting Antalya and is intended to give the visitor a feel for what the house would have looked like at the time. There are a few rooms, sparsely furnished with plenty...More
The museum is a building where Atatürk stayed during his few visits in Antalya. In the museum there are some (Atatürk's ?) clothes and furniture from his time and a lot of photographs. The majority of the explanations are only in Turkish. However, there was...More
It's is actually Ataturk's residence in Antalya. See where he lived and read about him and the house.
We didn't do a tour, just walked through it ourselves. There are many places in the house that are with descriptions/information.
I enjoyed learning about Ataturk and...More
A old house where Mustafa Kemal Ataturk,the first president of Turkey lived for a short period of time.Not very much to see,only some furniture pieces,some personal objects,photos from that period of time,some coins and banknotes.Free entry.Placed close to Karaalioglu park.
We popped in as we were staying nearby. In my opinion, you only need about half an hour to visıt as the house is quite small.
It's free to enter and there is a leaflet in english available near the door.
You can see some...More
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.
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...More