GAZIANTEP METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY GAZİANTEP ATATÜRK ANI MUSEUM When Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk arrived in Gaziantep on January 26, 1933, he was met with great enthusiasm by the Gazianteps who, after 10 months and 9 days of fighting against the French, liberated the city from enemy occupation and achieved their freedom. Ataturk, the balcony of the building at the end of the Teacher's House, from the audience to listen to the enthusiastic crowd Gaziantepililere addressed; "I do not see how the Gazianteps get out of their eyes, they are not just Gaziantep, but Turkey, too," he told the glorious antep defense about the motivation given to the War of Independence and said, "Every city, town and smallest Turkish village Gazianteps can take it as a heroic model ", emphasizing the importance and value of Gaziantep. Dönemin Mayor Hamdi Kutlar'a suggesting the development of the city by promising to give support. Atatürk's interest in Gaziantep, in response to praise and support, was awarded to Atatürk as an honorary citizenship by the recommendation of Mayor Hamdi Kutlar and the decision of the Municipal Council, and Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, born in Thessaloniki, As a citizen of the Republic of Turkey, the population of Gaziantep ili Bey neighborhood was recorded. Adil Sani Konukoğlu donated the historic Antep House belonging to the Konukoğlu family, located in Bey district, where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was registered to the population, on the occasion of the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality ... to function as the memory of Atatürk. Gaziantep Metropolitan Mayor Dr. Asım Güzelbey has devoted his life to the great leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, to the Gaziantep culture memorabilia and tourism by passing the Atatürk Memorial Museum project to show the debt and devotion of the Gazianteps. The Atatürk Memorial Museum, the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality Department of Construction and Planning and the KUDEB team have been restored. The concept of the Atatürk Memorial Museum was created by the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality Culture and Social Affairs Department as a result of two years of negotiations, studies and oral history studies. This museum brings together the two Gazi, the Republic gains and memorials from Gazi Mustafa Kemal Aratürk. In the front of the museum called "Life", a sample of the population wall showing the record of Atatürk's Bey neighborhood and a replica of the Istiklal Medalis given to Gaziantep are exhibited. In the "Traditional Antep House" room, a bed which Ataturk used when he came to Gaziantep, a donated bed by Neyir Barlas is exhibited. In this room, which is a traditional Antep house room arrangement, antep kilim donated to the museum by Esra Ağtaş, antep embroidered shirts donated to the museum by Yüksel Tekeoğlu, etc. are located. The "Atatürk Research Library" is located on the upper floor of the Traditional Antep Evi Room. In the library where a large amount is donated; as well as valuable books from the Cemil Cahit Guzelbey Library donated by the family to the museum, as well as books donated by the visitors and books provided by the Department of Cultural and Social Affairs. Books in the library room; Mustafa Kemal Atatürk consists of thousands of publications including all subjects of the Republican Period and Turkish History, which are told by Gaziantep's famous personalities, scientists and heroes. Gaziantep poet and translator and III. Thanks to the translations of Persian and Arabic in Selim, the information about the translator who was assigned to him as "Historian of the Palace" is also in the museum. The writer of the book "Antep Ağzı", which is one of the most prominent figures in Gaziantep, who read the poem on Ataturk's arrival in Gaziantep, who used the Turkic language in the most beautiful way and served in the Turkish Language Institution, Yirik Fatma from women's heroes, Şahinbey, Karayılan, Şehitkamil and Kılıç Ali Bey who show great heroism in Antep's harvest are among the information in this room. Dr.Mecit Barlas, Colonel Ali Nadi Ünler, who has been working as a doctor with difficulty, difficult and limited opportunities in Antep defense, has been working with the Mayor Hamdi Kutlar, Antep on the occasion of the foundation of Gaziantep in terms of urbanism after the declaration of Republic, Cemil Clev Guzelbey, who contributed numerous publications, Cemil Alevli, the founder of Gaziantep, Gaziantep Municipality, who was appointed as the spokesperson responsible for the Ministry of State of Gaziantep, The biographies of some of the important personalities of Gaziantep, such as Minister and Minister of State Ali İhsan Göğüş, are also included in the panels of this section. At this point, the museum is aimed at recognizing the values that make up the foundation of today's Gaziantep. Technology has also been used in exhibitions of the museum. There is a system that outlines the antep defense with touch smart screens. On the ground floor of the second building, there is a cinema hall where Antep harbin is depicted. On the entrance floor, there is a seminar room where various activities are held. Upstairs; interviews of oral history studies conducted by some of the people who have valuable knowledge for Gaziantep, such as journalists, writers, bureaucrats, artists and so on. In these interviews, the interviews about Gaziantep in the first period of the Republic can be watched with headphones. Names with interviews are; Hayriye Güngör, Hasan Celal Guzel, Turgut Ozakman, Nejdet Sakaoglu, Prof.Dr. Prof. Dr. Metin Sözen, Kaya Öztaş, Adil Dai, Nükhet Ersoy, Celal Ersoy, Zeynep Göğüş, Neyir Barlas, Sıtkı Erkılıç, Özay Erkılıç, Prof.Dr. Asım Cenani, Prof.Dr.Yılmaz Büyükerşen, Arif Erkin Güzelbeyoğlu, Akten Köylüoğlu, Ulker Barlas Beşe, Mehmet Barlas and Abdullah Bayram. "Republic Getaways and Gaziantep" in the room; Donated by Özay Erkılıç to the museum, Atatürk's cup of coffee when he came to Gaziantep, The Antep Defendment of Ömer Şefik Ersoy, a dinner set which Ataturk had to eat during his visit to Gaziantep, which was taken as a temporary exhibition by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism Gaziantep Museum Directorate 'Mavzer is used in the exhibition. The showcases include a valuable book from the first prints of Nutuk and a crossover of positions that fought in the War of Independence. Again, the Essential Sources written by the French commander Abadi of 1921 and describing the Antep defenses, including the memoirs of Lohanzade Mustafa Nurettin, describing the defense of Antep, and the GaziayIntap, were published. There is a "Atatürk and Gaziantep" room on the upper floor of this section. In this section, artifacts showing the innovations brought by the Republic are exhibited. Photographs about the past of Gaziantep can be seen on smart screens. Also showing the innovations made in the field of education after the Republic, Kasım Kaygan, Ökkeştüter, aliye Çekemoğlu donated by the period diplomas, karmeleridir display. Donated to the museum by journalist Zeynep Göğüş, her mother's hat is also exhibited in this room as one of the innovations brought by the Republic to the social arena. There is also a souvenir section in the museum. The museum can be found in this section of souvenirs that will complement the sightseeing and the memorable souvenirs.