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Atatürk Monument

Atatürk Monument

Atatürk Monument rises in Cumhuriyet Square, the central point of Antalya, famous for its warm sun and tourist facilities in summer. Built by Prof. Dr. Hüseyin Gezer and opened in 1964, the monument is one of the city's icons with its statue of Atatürk and its granite stone pedestal. The Atatürk Monument, which used 12 tons of bronze in its construction, draws attention with its height of six meters. The monument, which also attracts attention with its lighting elements, bears characteristic features. When rising from the ground, the figures in the extreme point of liberation, unity, togetherness and the modern Republic of Turkey, founded with the victories led by Atatürk, are asked to be told. Each of the dates found on its pedestal refers to specific days of great importance with various aspects from its inception. The chronological dates begin with 19 May 1919, when Atatürk set foot in Samsun. At the bottom of the monument, there are steps representing the determination of independence. The figures next to Atatürk express confidence in the youth who are also the protector of the country. The Atatürk Monument, which is recommended to be seen, is one of the significant works that make up the skyline of Antalya.

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  • aydinliramazzann
    15.03.2023 10:55

    Bir anıt yerine bu kadar mı yakışır. Harika

  • xbegummx
    07.10.2022 11:40

    Atam İzindeyiz…


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