Cebeci Asri Mezarlığı, Uğur Mumcu'nun Kabri

Burası 24 Ocak 1993 yılında, Ankara Karlı Sokak'taki evinin önünde, otomobiline yerleştirilen bir bombanın patlaması sonucu hayatını kaybeden araştırmacı yazar ve gazeteci Uğur Mumcu'nun kabridir.

Mezar taşının üzerinde yazılı olan metin ise Uğur Mumcu'nun kaleme aldığı ve ilk kez 25 Ağustos 1975 tarihli Cumhuriyet Gazetesi'nde yayımlanan Sesleniş adlı makalenin son sözleridir.

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