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Ataturk Museum, Bursa

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Bursa Atatürk Museum is a historic house museum in Bursa, Turkey.
The museum is at at Çekirge quarter of Osmangazi district in Bursa Province.
The museum is a three storey house. It was probably built towards the end of the 19th century. When Atatürk, the founder of Turkey, visited Bursa on 20 January 1923 he stayed in this house which was recently bought by the municipality of Bursa from its former owner Miralay Mehmet Bey. During the next ten visits Atatürk stayed in this house, the last one being on 1 February 1938 during his illness. Total time Atatürk spent in this house is 2 months and 20 days. After Atatürk's death the house was handed over to the managemant of Çelik Palas, the biggest hotel in Bursa which was next to the house. But in 1965, it was bought by the Ministry of National Education. In 1973 it was opened as Atatürk's house. In the ground floor there are photos of Atatürk. Atatürk's office as well as the bedroom and the bathroom are in the upper floor. The uppermost floor is a guesthouse.
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  • Being in Bursa take a taxi down the road 10 minutes to CEKIRGE which is the area for all the wealthy population of Bursa back in the 1970s and 1980s. The area is proud of its geothermal waters and...  more »
  • Atatürk Museum, in the Çekirge district, showcases artifacts associated with Atatürk, the founder of modern Turkey. The wood three-story house was built in the late 19th century. Atatürk, stayed...  more »
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  • This has been one of the most interesting visits in a museum. The guide was the main reason for this. He greeted and treated us as kindly as we can hardly describe, and brought Atatürk back to life. Thank you so much for this!
  • Small but interesting. It is free amd you can walk through it very quickly.
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