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Rakoczi Museum, Tekirdag
(4.3/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Wanted to visit this museum but found it a bit boring unfortunately because basically there was not enough things from the past. But i enjoyed it anyway thanks to that huge beautiful building. I say v...  more »
  • Don't call in the city, on the way to Canakkale route coastal road from İstanbul Tekirdag City Center at the completion of the sign, the simplest way, very close to the shore, take the half hour if it falls that way time is worth,
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  • A standard meals a version translated questions put in the Museum. But the staff was welcoming and attentive staff are very very good. A nice place where you can visit Tekirdagda..
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  • Rumah adat Jepang kayaknya tuh.
  • The town of Tekirdag in Turkey, which is home to between 1720 and 1735 in Hungary, leaving "by David Bain" (II). Ferenc Rákóczi of Transylvania and his word, the Hungarian émigré in recent centuries has become the symbol of existence. II. Rákóczi Ferenc, led by war (1703-1711), the Habsburg Empire, which tagozott the restoration of Hungary aimed at empowering State-Hungary, in fact we have the longest szabadságharcaként in Central Europe. The fight ending before the end of his life, the Prince of peace Safonov did not accept to Poland, then to France. First, from the fall of 1717 (III). At the invitation of Sultan Ahmed arrived at little udvartartásával to Turkey. 1720 in the Sultan of the Marmara Sea from the busy port town, Rodostót, located on the residence of the Hungarian bujdosók. (Iii) Ahmed the "Hungarian King" on the edge of the city, surrounded by gardens, spacious beachfront buildings, escorting the nine spacious House in neighboring Armenia, their horses and seven, alluded to the wide pasture. II. Rákóczi Ferenc udvartartásának was discovered by a regular supply of Istanbul pénzjáradék, the Sultan is supported by the Metropolitan interpreters and offered to guests are provided for 80 troops. A lively correspondence with the Prince of Rodostóból in French, Spanish, Russian and Polish, as a result of the Habsburg Government constantly monitor. The exile years and yet more political possesses, maintains the posterity (II). Rákóczi Ferenc, államelméleti and religious writers. The fertile spiritual workshop — Tekirdag line were Speculations, the Memoirs, the Confessions, the treatise on the power of the work to only a few to name a few. Also this create a stimulating atmosphere they have seen the light of the country's Turkish letters Mikes Kelemen, in which the Prince's Secretary, he quipped in the bujdosók filled with country life. The houses of the former Hungarian colony 19. at the end of the 19th century have been rather neglected state. in 1906 the Prince and his bujdosótársainak hazaszállították and reburied in Hungary, and solemnly, the Rákóczi-House in rodosto where he used the internal ornamentation still intact to Kosice (Kosice, Slovakia) was moved, and the tangible memories systematically collected. The Prince ebédlőpalotájának held in Turkey since 1968, building the Rákóczi Memorial. The House made of the Hungarian Republic in 2007, from February 2010, the Transylvanian Hungarian sovereign and his family, the war and emigration life updated exhibition and multilingual guide system.
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  • A nice Museum
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  • Really nice place! The walls of the courtyard is the history of turtles! Loved it:)
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  • Guide service are pretty spectacular.
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