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A pretty building - a summer pavilion rather than a traditional house. Taken from the original owner during the population exchange, I think, and later given to Ataturk.
Attractive gardens. Interior currently closed for renovations. Worth visiting if you are nearby but not if you...More
We visited in May and unfortunately the actual villa was closed for renovations. However we were allowed to walk the beautiful gardens and see the building from the outside. It is located almost at the top of the mountain and you can see all of...More
The garden is lovely. The furnushing was not as great as i thought it would be but its great that you can take photos inside the house! Our tour guide told us this is only a guest house that Ataturk stayed a few times while...More
Build by the wealthy greek banker Karayannidis as his house and served him and his family till the 1917. After that with the new Turcs movement it was confiscated (nationalised) and Mustafa Kemal stayed there for some days (around two days). Very nice exterior and...More
In reality another beautiful ex-Greek owned, like every house from the old Trabzon. Built around 1900 and served the Theofylaktos family till 1917. After that with the organised excile and genocide plan from the New Turcs it was confiscated. Mustafa Kemal just stayed there for...More
I was expecting something a bit grander, but unless you're a big architecture or Ataturk fan, it's pretty much just a dusty old house. The Trabzon Museum house is much more interesting, beautiful, in the city center and Ataturk stayed there too. I would pass...More