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The Pembe Köşk (Pink Villa) is an Ottoman-era house in Çankaya which was home to Turkish President İsmet İnönü from 1925 to 1973.
The Pembe Köşk (Pink Villa) is an Ottoman-era house in Çankaya which was home to Turkish President İsmet İnönü from 1925 to 1973. The oldest villa in Ankara, it was used for strategic meetings by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, as well as several other events. It now houses a museum on İnönü.
Çankaya Mh., 06680 Çankaya/Ankara, Turkey
+90 312 427 0864
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