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Dumlupinar Monument and martyrdom - F No: 8842
Turkey

Dumlupınar, Zafer Mahallesi’ndedir. Mimar Doğan Tekeli ve Heykeltraş Yavuz Gürey’in ortak eseridir. 3 metre yüksekliğindeki, kesme taştan inşa edilen podyum üzerindedir. Podyuma çıkılan merdivenlerin sağında süvariler, Atatürk ise bir kaide üzerinde tasvir edilmiştir. Üç Komutan Anıtı, Milisler Anıtı, 500 kişilik sembolik şehit mezarları ve kitabeleri, Şehit Baba Oğul Anıtı, Mehmetçik Anıtı, Namazgâh ve Şadırvan’dan oluşmaktadır.

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