The museum is in the Ulus neighborhood of Ankara, on Cumhuriyet Boulevard. The War of Independence Museum, another museum which served as the Turkish Parliament (from 1920–1924) is to the northeast of the Republic Museum
This is also a good museum. The place is not big. It is a masonry building with two floors. You can see a lot of introductions about the independence of Turkey and the interior space of the museum.
[Scenery] The surrounding buildings are not high
It mainly describes the history of the founding of the Republic of Turkey after the end of Ottoman Turkey, especially the contradiction between the Turks and the Kurds, a good place to understand the history of the Kurds.
The Republic Museum and its name are not very appropriate. This museum covers an area of several hundred square meters, including three rooms, two stories high, and the internal history exhibition area has many introductions to the early history of Turkey, including many foreign invasions.
The Republic Museum is a very good place, where many historical relics and development history of the Turkish country are exhibited.
Preston_Dominguez: Doğanbey, Cumhuriyet Cd. No:7, 06050 Altındağ/Ankara
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ankara,Ankara kalesi,Mausoleum for former Turkish leader,Museum of Anatolian Civilizations,Kocatepe Mosque (Kocatepe Camii)