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Dumlupinar Ataturk Monument - F No: 8643
Turkey

Başkomutan Meydan Muharebesinde, Mustafa Kemal Paşa’nın ‘‘Ordular ilk hedefiniz Akdeniz’dir, ileri’’ emrini verdiği karargâhın yeridir. 1964 yılında yapımına başlanmış, 1968 yılında kısmen bitirilmiş, 26 Ağustos 1972 tarihinde ziyarete açılmıştır. Anıt, Bronz Atatürk Heykeli, arka planda betonarme bir anıtsal yapı, bronzdan süvari birliklerini canlandıran rölyeften oluşmaktadır.

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Taken: 24/08/2012
Uploaded: 24/08/2012
Updated: 27/08/2012
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