Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkish revolutionary, reformer, writer, founder of the Republic of Turkey, the first President, Prime Minister and Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Turkey. Born in Thessaloniki (in present-day Greece), he came from a wood merchant family. On November 24, 1934, the Turkish Parliament gave Kemal the surname "Atatürk". In Turkish, "Ata" means father, and "Atatürk" (Atatürk) means "father of Turks". After arriving in Ankara, visit the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in the rain!
Ataturk Museum is very small, built on the mountainside.
This is just plain talking. It’s just watching a lot of broken statues excavated by the Roman Empire. It’s not interesting, but if you are interested in archaeology, you can also take a look. There are a lot of ancient building parts and pieces excavated by archaeology. Ancient statues and the like.
This is a khaki-colored building. The whole building looks very uniform. The color is a uniform brown. The shapes are very regular graphic structures. The walls are very flat and tall.
This is a khaki-colored building. When I was visiting, I encountered a pair of private patrols. I was very happy. I followed them for a while. It was so fun!