|Architectural style||Ottoman orchard house|
|Town or city||Ankara|
|Design and construction|
İnönü purchased the villa in 1924 and it was used for strategic meetings by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, as well as concerts, gallery openings, pool and chess tournaments and the city’s first ball, on February 22, 1927.
The building now houses a museum of İnönü’s personal belongings and diplomatic photographs which is occasionally opened to the public.
- The Best Designed Historical Structure. The Guide: Ankara. 2009.
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