Not everyone knows that on the 25 Metre Street in Alanya, there is a turn (to the right at the Garanti Bank) that leads straight to the Atatürk house and museum. Turkey's unrivalled hero that led the country to independence visited Alanya on February 18, 1935. A historic event for the city. He arrived a day earlier than expected and as a result, the entire organisational committee was in distress. Atatürk was housed where the museum is now located. There is still some of his clothing and a telegram that he sent to the residents of Alanya. He wrote that he was very moved by the hospitality and sincere affection of the people of Alanya and that he was sorry that he could not have stayed longer.
The museum is open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on Saturdays and Sundays. The Atatürk house is also closed during lunch time.
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