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Ataturk House Museum, Erzurum

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  • Even people only think that environment to be found. It's really impressive, but unfortunately, neglect and indifference by the eyes.
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  • Back – 2 months before the date of Atatürk, Erzurum Congress close to home. Entry is free and can be found right in the Centre of Erzurum Congress period in newspapers and information about participating in the Congress. Inside exhibits zenginles. Families with children will surely go to Atatürk he aşılayalım..
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  • A central city and a lot of shopping around, sitting and dining areas. Center and frequented. 2-story. they exhibited different items in different rooms at the entrance, pictures and maps., you most affected place erin Ataturk's bedroom and bed. a must see.
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  • Erzurum-Erzurum Ataturk House, Up in the old Governor's mansion, Mumcu in 1984. The building was built in 1890, is a mansion in old Erzurum houses. 1915/1916 was used as a German Consulate in the Governor's mansion since 1918. May 19, 1919 in Samsun, Amasya and Tokat, Sivas, Erzincan to Erzurum on July 3, 1919 with the path, the Position a to host Republican Street Commander of Choephel guest. Atatürk 9 July 1919 until his departure from the military service two days later that this building was the head of the Erzurum Congress preparations lay at home as well as deal with Gözübüyüklerin. After leaving the army, Governor Munir Adams vacated two-story Governor's mansion, Hüseyin Rauf Bey and moved together with his friends, to August 29, 1919, so 52 days till this House to Sivas. Ataturk's House again after his layoff from Erzurum Governor's mansion. After the proclamation of the Republic on 30 September 1924 to Erzurum Erzurum Ataturk came the second time they had the gift of this House. Home, 1930-1934, was used as the gendarmeries or lodging between Corps. After the death of Atatürk, child protection Institution. in 1984, the Ministry of Culture are organized into cluster, Atatürk's House. The first floor of his house of Ataturk, located on the right, room. While in the room next door, the former Deputy of Erzurum Hall Raif (Dean) had used goods. This is across the room, first published newspapers in Anatolia in the room falls on Envari port said with Struggle newspaper Albayrak also minted in Erzurum Congress statements (printing machine). The head of the stairs to the upper floors sahanlığından the arrival of a second time-related to Erzurum Atatürk oversized belongs to that year with a photo of two sofas and a coffee table. Hall meeting room. Three great room opens into the living room. These rooms are exhibited Atatürk as study and bedroom. In one of the rooms of the delegates participating in the Congress of Erzurum photos with a work desk and an armchair. In the study that made a showcase of a medium Walnut carved white table alarm clock with Walnut seat and chairs. Bedroom, falling in front of the Office. This room is Ataturk's yacht Pearl inlaid brass bed, mirrored a walnut console. Walnut wardrobe, a coffee table and a seat, an alarm clock.
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  • There's a few in the room and you can see yatağu and private belongings of Atatürk. dedicate your 15 minutes is enough to visit
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  • Definitely a necessary of a special place to Erzurum road one of the falling:)
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  • History and a beautiful place. Entry free. The officers. Atatürk's very good preserved impressive bed.
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