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Ataturk AnI Muzesi, Gaziantep

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In Gaziantep you can wander the narrow-laned old town, with its old stone houses, just steps from your hotel. Because many of the old houses and their large interior courtyards have survived for decades, they now house museums, cafes, hotels, and inns. Surrounding the Old Town is a collection of moderately priced three- and four-star hotels. The city is well known for its food culture, restaurants, baklava bakeries, and bustling bazaars, so you'll want to stay close to the downtown core to experience that atmosphere. If budget is concern, look to the few guesthouses and hostels in the city, although they are a little removed from the central area.
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  • Here you can be briefed about the siege of Antep after First World War. The resistance of the citizens for over 9 months including various acts of heroism are displayed. Finally, the people give up lo...  more »
  • It is nice and small memorial house dedicated to Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey. The architecture of the house is worth to see. There is a small gift shop.  more »
  • First of all we can not say this is an exact Atatürk Museum. Thing belongs to Atatürk are only a bed which he slept when he visited Gaziantep and knife,fork&spoon he used. But on the other hand this i...  more »