The Victory Museum Located on Victory Monument Street, across from Afyonkarahisar Castle, the Victory Museum is a neo-classical building completed in 1920 by Mehmet Sait Efendi. It is notable for its historic significance as the site where the "Battle of Dumlupınar," also known as the Field Battle of the Commander-in-Chief, was planned and ordered. The museum's main focus is on the "Field Battle of the Commander-in-Chief," and it houses exhibits that pay tribute to the bravery and accomplishments of commander Mustafa Kemal Pasha, Western Front Commander İsmet İnönü Pasha, Chief of General Staff Fevzi Çakmak Pasha, and Western Front Operations Branch Director Tevfik Bıyıkoğlu. Visitors can learn about the strategies and tactics used in this pivotal battle and gain a deeper understanding of its significance in Turkish history. The building's neo-classical features also add to its architectural appeal and cultural value.