The Atatürk Museum, located at 1 Atatürk Avenue, Izmir, was built between 1875 and 1880 as the residence of a carpet merchant named Takfor.
The museum building, which was built between 1875 and 1880, has a courtyard and a corridor behind it and a bay window in front of the first floor of the building.
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!
This is a khaki building, the whole building looks very uniform, the colors are uniform, the shape is very formal graphic structure, the walls are very flat and tall
It is a khaki building and it was a pleasure to visit with a couple of privates patrolling the area, and it was so much fun to follow them for a while!
The Atatürk Museum is very small and is built halfway up the hill.