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Ataturk Museum

Apostolou Pavlou 17, Thessaloniki 546 21, Greece
+30 231 024 8452
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Top Museum in Thessaloniki, do not leave the city without visiting this Museum

Small Museum and in fact it shows a tiny small portion of this Extraordinary Leader's whole life... read more

Reviewed 27 October 2017
OLCAY TUNA Y
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ISTANBUL
Highlight of my trip

As the title says, this place and what I learned from my visit made this the highlight for me. I... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
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Apostolou Pavlou 17, Thessaloniki 546 21, Greece
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

Small Museum and in fact it shows a tiny small portion of this Extraordinary Leader's whole life ( who saved a huge Country after world war 1, ) and his achivements. But, visiting the Museum can lead you to deeply research this one of a...More

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Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

As the title says, this place and what I learned from my visit made this the highlight for me. I had no idea Ataturk was born here and the premises also house the Turkish consulate. The displays were well put together and informative. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed 21 September 2017

I've been there many times, I fully respect the Ataturk and do my best to follow his advises to Turkish people. I was 14, when I visited first time, and it was much nicer than now. His bed, clothes and more personal belongings wree there...More

Thank meltem e
Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

This house is completely refurbished, with painted walls and new wooden floor. Nothing about the decor encourages you to envision the history of the house. The exhibition is solely about Ataturk (which can be understood) and the Turkish contribution to the Greek culture and Thessaloniki....More

Thank Fathi_Huss
Reviewed 31 August 2017

This museum should be of utmost importance to all Turkish and Greek people and also to all stfurniudents of modern History. The museum is the old house that Ataturk lived in a as a child and it's staggering to think that you are walking under...More

Thank Eric K
Reviewed 28 August 2017

As interesting as the history of Ataturk in Macedonia Greece is, don't expect the commentary to be in any other language but Turkish. It's a shame as he is a hero for many not just for the Turkish people.

1  Thank Aura L
Reviewed 13 August 2017

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 3 August 2017

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 265rezas
Reviewed 22 July 2017

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
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