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Dumlupinar War Memorial Museum - F No: 8387
Turkey

BAŞKOMUTAN MEYDAN MUHAREBESİ ANILAR MÜZESİ (DUMLUPINAR KURTULUŞ SAVAŞI MÜZESİ): Dumlupınar ilçesinde yer alan müze, Kurtuluş Savaşı’nın anısına, 1997 yılında ziyarete açılmıştır. İki katlı müstakil bir binadan oluşan müzede, Kurtuluş Savaşı’na ait çeşitli silahlar, kılıçlar, fotoğraflar, belgeler, araç ve gereçler sergilenmektedir. Cumartesi ve Pazar hariç her gün, 08.00 / 17.00 saatleri arasında ziyarete açıktır.

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