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Ataturk Mausoleum

AnItkabir, AnIt Cad. Tandogan, Cankaya, Ankara 06520, Turkey
+90 312 231 79 75
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The mausoleum of Kemal Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic, was constructed in 1944 and sits atop a hill overlooking the city.
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AnItkabir, AnIt Cad. Tandogan, Cankaya, Ankara 06520, Turkey
+90 312 231 79 75
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's nice place to visit well handled . Also it's a symbol for Turchish people. There is a garden inside well mantained. Also security it's safe. The military also it's so kindly . If you visit Ankara must atop here

Thank Claus49
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is where the founder of Turkey Mustafa Kemal Ataturk rests. It is an impressive moseleum which was build during the 1930's. The facility has a museum of featuring the Republic war and era. A must see location.

Thank Ahmet S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a great historical place. One of the good sightseeing places in Ankara. Too much history behind it too

Thank Howard S
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place was the monument of Ataturk. The turkish leader and founder of the Turkish republic. It was built really nice and beautiful

Thank Sayed Abdullah Q
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is very impressive to watch cartouche photos and sculptures and videos of The Dardanelles War during visiting all halls of the Mausoleum

Thank Altan O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It’s located in an imposing position in the Anittepe quarter of Ankara. The Mausoleum of Kemal Ataturk, founder of the Turkish Republic, was built between 1944 – 1953 with an impressive fusion of ancient and modern architectural ideas and remains unsurpassed as an accomplishment of...More

Thank serdar ü
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Anitkabir is a symbolic of this city , grand , simple but amazing . I recommend take a look inside the museum carefully you will understand why Turkish respect this leader . Do not forget to see the soilders there , they are awesome with...More

1  Thank t00kyka
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A must visit if in area. You'll get a very good appreciation of the respect the Turkish people have for their country and flag. Very well done memorial for the father of their democracy . The changing of guards is a highlight . My only...More

Thank george60898
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went on a Saturday and it was crowded but we still enjoyed the experience. Fascinating for those interested in history.

Thank Andy L
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Ataturk brought the Latin alphabet to Turkey and got the people to write from left to right--huge accomplishment. But that was only the beginning. He helped secularize the government (alas, the present leadership seems to be taking that in the opposite direction). A high point...More

1  Thank rlemon
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Response from vlichadan | Reviewed this property |
You'd have to check their website for hours and days of operation but I believe it's open everyday for normal museum type hours. Yes they have English translations. It's a long walk around the museum so bring comfortable... More