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Everyone from 7 to 70 is running towards it
Anıtkabir Atatürk and Independence Museum

It is of great importance for the Turkish nation. Anıtkabir, which is visited every national holiday from 7 to 70, and which makes Ankara Ankara, also sheds light on the history of our Republic with its museum. In the first part, Atatürk’s personal belongings; In the second part, the Battle of Çanakkale and the War of Independence with panoramas and oil paintings, in the third part, the National Struggle and the revolutions are told in separate galleries. In the fourth section, there are the books in Atatürk’s private library. It is open to visitors every day of the week between 9.00 and 17.00.

Built with the devotion of the people
Liberation War Museum (I. Parliament Building) )

The building, which was completed with great devotion and the tiles taken from the houses of the people of Ankara and the Numune School in Ulucanlar, was used as the Parliament building between 23 April 1920 and 15 October 1924. Opened on April 23, 1961, the museum’s collection includes belongings of Atatürk and some of his deputies, ethnographic materials, medals of independence, and war vehicles. There is also a room prepared in memory of Mehmet Akif Ersoy. It can be visited between 9.00 -17.00 every day except Monday.

The Assembly that changed our destiny
Republic Museum (II. Parliament Building)

The Republic Museum, which opened its doors with the slogan ‘Victory Assembly, which changed the destiny of the nation with the power it received from the nation’, was founded in 1924 by the II. It was put into service as the Turkish Grand National Assembly. The building was designed and built by architect Vedat Tek. From the moment you enter the building, which first opened its doors to visitors as a museum in 1981, your excitement increases, especially when you see the personal belongings of the Great Leader Atatürk. This is also Turkey’s first child-friendly museum. Visiting hours are from 9.00 to 19.30.

It was his residence in Ankara
Atatürk Residence in the National Struggle and Railways Museum

‘Steering Building’ on the Anatolian-Baghdad Railway Line, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s residence and headquarters in Ankara after the Agriculture School. The building, which was the epicenter of the War of Independence, hosted important events such as the operational plans of the war, the negotiations and signing of the Ankara Agreement with the French on October 21, 1921, and became the heart of the Ankara of the National Struggle. It is open between 9.00-12.00 and 13.00-17.00 every day except Saturday, Sunday and religious holidays.

‘Rejoice little ones, praise big ones’

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