SYRIAN STUDENTS VISIT ATATÜRK'S MAUSOLEUM


Syrian students living in ISTANBUL visited Atatürk's Mausoleum with their families on November 24th. 50 Syrian students and their families living in various districts of Istanbul came to Ankara on November 24th Teachers' Day. Organized by the International Blue Crescent Foundation. Syrian students and their families before they toured the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. The Syrian group, who received information about the establishment of the Republic, then went to the Anıtkabir with Turkish flags.

One of the Syrian students said  during the visit, "Today we came to visit the Mausoleum Gazi Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's who founder Republic of Turkey.  . Today is Teacher's Day. We respect all teachers and head teacher Atatürk"



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