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Private virtual tour for April 23

First Turkish Grand National Assembly Building, 1915 it was designed by Evkaf (Foundation administration) architect Salim Bey on the orders of Enver Pasha to be used as a clubhouse by the Ittihat and Terakki Frigas and the task of executing the project was given to Mahmut Shevket (Esendal) Bey, the Ankara representative of the ittihat and Terakki Frigas of the period, and the project construction work was given to the military architect Hasip Bey, who was in charge of the Corps. Built with pink-purple colored local andesite stone known as Ankara stone and one of the first examples of the “First National Architecture period style”in Ankara, the building was completed with tiles brought from the Houses of Ankara and the sample School in Ulucanlar (now the Republican Primary School), with the dedication of the people. April 23, 1920 and October 15, 1924 dates between and Grand National Assembly Of Turkey the building was later used as the headquarters of the Republican People's Party and also housed the Law School for a short time during the same period. In 1952, it was transferred to the Ministry of Education (Ministry of National Education), work began to be turned into a museum by the decision taken by the Ministerial Commission in 1957, and on April 23, 1961, it was opened to the public under the name “Grand National Assembly Museum”. 

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At the foundation of the Republic of Turkey 2. Grand National Assembly Of Turkey the museum, which serves as its building, was dedicated to the youth of the Republic with its testimony to the birth of Atatürk's principles and revolutions and the multiparty system. The building was built by architect Vedat Tek, one of the pioneers of the” first national architectural movement", in 1923 as the Republican People's Party building. Due to the lack of the first Turkish Grand National Assembly building to the parliament, it was organized as the parliament building on the instructions of Atatürk. From 18 October 1924 it also began to serve as the House of Assembly. Ceiling decorations with Seljuk and Ottoman decoration motifs; this structure, reflecting the architecture of the Republican period with its arch, eaves and tiles, continued its function until 1960. Step-by-step to visit click .

Anitkabir is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the leader of the Turkish War of independence and revolutions and the first president of the Republic of Turkey, located in Ankara Anittepe (formerly Rasattepe). What you need to know about Anitkabir, which is one of the most important works of the Republic of Turkey in both spiritual and architectural sense What you need to know about Anitkabir you can read. 

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Located in Samsun District Palas Hotel, 1902 it was built as a hotel by Jean Ionnis Mantika. The outer walls of the two-story structure are made of masonry brick, and the inner compartments are made of Baghdadi. The great leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk stayed in this hotel when he went to Samsun. On June 12, 1926, this building was gifted to Mustafa Kemal Pasha on behalf of the people of Samsun. After the death of the Great Leader, he first passed to his sister Makbule Atadan in 1939 19 May Folk Museum it was handed over to the responsibility of Samsun Municipality for construction. The lower floor of the building, whose upper floor was converted into a museum, served as a Chamber Theatre from 1985 to 1995 Dec. The building, which remained the responsibility of Samsun municipality until 1997, was transferred to the Ministry of Culture and tourism after this date and after the necessary arrangements and repairs were made since November 8, 1998 Samsun Gazi Museum he began to serve as. 

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