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Etnoğrafya Müzesi (Ethnography Museum)

Etnoğrafya Müzesi (Ethnography Museum) Review

Atatürk used this Ottoman Revival–style building as an office, and his body lay here for 15 years after his death while his enormous mausoleum was being built. The small but interesting museum houses a rich collection of Turkish carpets, folk costumes, weapons, Islamic calligraphy, and ceramics. The display of woodwork, which includes intricately carved doors, portals, minbars (mosque pulpits), and Seljuk thrones—some pieces dating as far back as the 13th century—is especially impressive.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Talatpaşa Cad. and Türkocağı Sok., Ulus, Ankara
  • Phone: 312/311–3007
  • Cost: 5 TL
  • Hours: Summer, Tues.–Sun. 8:30–7; winter, 8:30–5
  • Location: Ankara
Updated: 11-21-2013

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