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Ataturk Museum

Apostolou Pavlou 17, Thessaloniki 546 21, Greece
+30 231 024 8452
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it was very interesting to learn about Ataturk's legacy to Turkey and browse personal... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Birth-place of Ataturk!

This house, which is a part of the Turkish Consulate in Thessaloniki, is the place in which... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Reza S
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Apostolou Pavlou 17, Thessaloniki 546 21, Greece
+30 231 024 8452
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Reviewed 1 week ago

it was very interesting to learn about Ataturk's legacy to Turkey and browse personal items,photos,etc..It s a lovely museum and it was educational.

Thank 733maggy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This house, which is a part of the Turkish Consulate in Thessaloniki, is the place in which Ataturk, the founder of the Turkish Republic was born. The house has completely been furnished in the form of a museum and nothing from the original settings of...More

Thank Reza S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We wanted to see this museum as we lived in Turkey for 20 years. It is behind the Turkish Consulate and guarded by several Greek policemen. You enter from behind the Consulate and via a heavy metal door. You have to ring a bell to...More

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Atatürk House Museum is open 6 days every week except Monday's. Come and visit founder of modern and secular republic of Turkey. The man that bring the intellectual mind and inspiration to Anatolia . Meet with this great leader ,father of Modern Türkiye!

Thank Mesut Emre A
Reviewed 5 July 2017

This museum is at a central place of thessaloniki center but it certainly is part of history but not something special its more about praising Ataturk and what he did.

Thank George T
Reviewed 3 July 2017

The museum is really part of the Turkish embassy (for those like us who have difficulty finding it!) and is all about Kemel Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey but there is little that actually brings the man to life.

Thank Alnis
Reviewed 21 June 2017

If you are a Turk, you have visit that house. If you are a human who believe in freedom and democracy, you have to visit that house. A place full of history and memory of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk who is founder of Turkish Republic.

Thank IstanbulDreamer
Reviewed 4 May 2017

The founder of Turkish Republic Atatürk lived here when he was a child.Is was very well decorated with old furnitures untill five years ago but nowadays reorganized and unfortunately very empty.

Thank 1957Aysegul
Reviewed 26 April 2017

He was a half jew- half greek muslim otoman. He originated the modern turkish form of state. He was born in Thessaloniky. His born place is now the turkish consulate at Thessaloniky - Greece. You can judge history as it is written...

Thank chris20152015
Reviewed 22 April 2017

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was the first president of modern Turkey. He was born in this house when Thessaloniki was still under Ottoman rule in 1881. Thessaloniki wasn't liberated until 1912, much later than Athens. The house became the property of the Greek state, was sold...More

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