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Atatürk's Pavilion - Trabzon

The pavilion, that was built by Konstantin Kabayanidis in 19th century, was the place where Atatürk stayed when he came to Trabzon. Today, it is a museum and it has many architectural specialities. 40 more words


North Cyprus - TRNC News Today - 21st July 2014 - 20th July Peace and Freedom Day celebrated

TRNC News Today – 21st July 2014

20th July Peace and Freedom Day was celebrated with ceremonies.  President Eroğlu speaks at the ceremony… 1,955 more words

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Who’s Responsible for the Mess in Syria-Iraq-Egypt?

We seem to be experiencing the quiet return of the “who lost Iraq?” monologue. Myself, I blame Mustafa Kemal Atatürk for causing the ideological and political fragmentation of Islamic society underlying recent Middle East violence, chaos and endemic instability. 425 more words


North Cyprus - Royal British Legion, Kyrenia Branch, Centenary of WW1

Centenary of WW1 in North


By Margaret Sheard

On Monday, 4th August it will be 100 years since the outbreak of World War 1, the date that Great Britain officially entered the war.   477 more words

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This afternoon we had a class field trip to Anıtkabir, Atatürk’s mausoleum. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is easily the most revered figure in Turkish history, and is credited with leading the Turkish War for Independence after WWI, founding the Republic in 1923, and serving as its first President. 241 more words