Çankaya Köşkü (Çankaya Villa) is the official residence of the President of the Republic of Turkey. It is located in the Çankaya district of Ankara, which lends its name to the palace. The name is sometimes used as a metonymy for the current president. The Çankaya Presidential Compound stretches over 438 acres (1.77 km2) of land with its unique place in the history of the Turkish Republic. The Çankaya compound houses Atatürk's Museum Villa, the Pink Villa, the office of the Chief Aide-de-Camp, the Glass Villa and new office buildings including the State Supervision Council, reception halls and a press conference hall. There are also sports facilities, a fire brigade station, a greenhouse as well as the barracks of the Presidential Guard.