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31 Mar 2018
“Walking by”
23 Apr 2017
Alanya, Turkey
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Reviewed March 31, 2018

It was with a surprise that I found the house. When we got out from the cruise ship NCL Jade, we found a statue of Ataturk near the Red Tower, close to the harbour. So, there had to be more references about the great Turkish...More

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Reviewed April 23, 2017

A very well presented, attractive and informative display of local history, life and Ataturk. He only visited once and for a very few hours but clearly the visit meant a lot to local people at the time.

Thank Martin T
Reviewed April 20, 2016

House of Ataturk is nearby citycenter og Alanya. Not easy to find, there´s only a small sign on the gate to the house showing this was Ataturks residence when he visited Alanya.

2  Thank PerMHaa
Reviewed April 2, 2016

If you have time and the weather is not sunny this is an interesting place to visit in Alanya and quite nearby there is nice hotel and restaurant Hotel Primera.

1  Thank isotapani
Reviewed November 29, 2015

Must bee seen as close attraction to main street! The famous politician who assembled Turkiet to one nation - and hous keept in original and excellent preserved condition! Just a must to have been into!

1  Thank Trygve Hermod B... T
Reviewed January 18, 2015

If you honor Turkish people, you have to visit their Leader House- museum. Every nation has their famous people, who did a huge work for country. So, be kind, respect Turkish most famous man...

1  Thank Zivile Kristina M
Reviewed October 16, 2014

This is the hotel which Atatürk lived in when he was in Alanya. They have displayed in each room how they lived in Turkey in Atatürk's period of life. It was free of charge to go inside. If you are interested in Turkeys history, especially...More

2  Thank Erika C
Reviewed May 17, 2012

A nice mansion in a bit off center location. Not too crowded and probably not very well advertised either. Next door to our hotel, so dropped in due to it's vicinity. Took about 10 mins to see the rather interesting rooms. Free entrance made it...More

7  Thank polarbearfin
Reviewed February 2, 2012

From the House Museum you've can enjoy the fantastic view of the snow-capped Beydaglari Mountains (this year we've had a lot of snow - the most in over 30 years). The mansion is dedicated to Ataturk and has served as a museum since 1986, On...More

2  Thank AnatolianRose
Reviewed September 22, 2008

We found the House of Ataturk by accident on our map of Alanya. Our tour reps didn't mention it and it took us a while to find it as it's slightly out of the centre. It doesn't look as though many people visit it, the...More

14  Thank jewl18
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