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The Ataturk House Museum is a replica of the house in Thessaloniki (Greece) where Kemal Ataturk was born and spent his childhood.
The Ataturk House Museum is a replica of the house in Thessaloniki (Greece) where Kemal Ataturk was born and spent his childhood. The museum has been furnished as per the original house, with furniture, carpets, kitchen, cabinets and personal belongings all arranged in place. Through photographs, sculptures and other artifacts, the museum throws light on the illustrious life of the trailblazer who led the Turks to independence.
Atatürk Orman Çiftliği, Yenimahalle/Ankara, Turkey
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