Architecture in Ankara, Turkey


Name:  Mausoleum of Ataturk

Place: Ankara, Turkey

View: View along the interior aspect of the east flank colonnade.

Date: 1944 – 1953

Architect: Emin Onat, (1908 -1961); Orhan Arda, (1911 – 2003)

Style or Period: Twentieth century Modern

Category No: ZT07210

Included in the architectural images collections of Turkey are various photographs of the Mausoleum of Ataturk, a stunning and powerful example of Turkish architecture. The Mausoleum of Ataturk complex is located in Ankara, in western Anatolia, in Turkey.

This architecture image shows the east colonnade view along the interior aspect. Constructed of yellow travertines and designed by the architects Emin Onat and Orhan Arda between the years of 1944-1953.
The Veritas Imaging collection of architecture from Turkey also includes architecture from Istanbul, Ankara, Ephesus, and Cannakale, among other places of architectural and archaeological interest for educational institutions and publishers in the related fields. They can be purchased as a single image or as a set of images.

This architectural image has been cropped and is displayed in low resolution to fit the template of this architecture image website.

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