Atatürk PavilionThe pavilion was built by the Banker Konstantin Kabayanidis as a summer residence on the Soğuksu ridge, which oversees Trabzon, in the early 19th century. The building, which is influenced by European and Western Renaissance architecture, has been used with large and fancy European symbols. Atatürk Mansion is a 4-storey registered building with a basement floor. At the ground floor of the entrance hall which gives a passage to the ground floor spaces, the speeches made by Trabzon Municipality on September 15, 1924 are hanged in text. On the first floor of the hall are photographs of Ataturk’s different dormitories and a map of Turkey with its own pencil marks. The great leader Atatürk visited Trabzon three times. Atatürk visited Trabzon for the first time on September 1924, on 15th September he was taken to Soğuksu for a trip and rested here for a while. When Atatürk came back to Trabzon for the second time in November 1930, he was welcomed in the pavilion and was very satisfied. The Great Leader stayed for two nights in the building, prepared for him during his third visit to Trabzon on June 1937. Atatürk, who had taken the decision to present all his property to the Turkish nation he loved so much in the 11th of June, Köşk, said: “Man’s wealth must be in his spiritual personality. The property and possession are giving me the weight. I feel relieved to give these to my people. “ The Atatürk Pavilion is a historical site visited by many visitors of Trabzon.