Housed in the first Turkish Grand National Assembly building, the War of Independence Museum displays important documents, photos, and furniture from the Turkish War of Independence. The museum is completely open to the public and allows visitors to better understand Turkey’s history, the war, and the events that took place. There are many aspects of the museum to explore: the corridor is filled with oil paintings depicting events that took place from 1918 to 1923, while the Presidential Room has been preserved with original items such as the presidential seal. Visitors will be able to see some of Ataturk’s personal artifacts in the administration room of the museum.
Address: Anafartalar Mahallesi, Doganbey Mah. Cumhuriyet Cad. No:14, Ulus/Ankara, 06050 Altindag/Ankara, Turkey, Phone: +90-31-23-10-71-40 Photo: Andrey Shevchenko/Fotolia
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