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Amasra Museum, Amasra

(4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • The relics are also cute and attractive garden charm once inside 2-3 step inside, you can't go off by the security we want to be alerted because the Museum is closed on the last 2.5 years. Hundreds of visitors on weekends is coming and they closed the city's most important place to visit year! How long off, why they don't know anything off. At the time, so that tourism can rival that of forgetting dropped off into this way, very sad. What Ministry nor the municipality refused. You have no choice but to walk around the yard ...:(
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  • Unfortunately, we couldn't get that were closed but we had a chance to see them some artifacts was out. Some works had destroyed
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  • I wouldn't say it was a rich content. As I said many traveler closed, but open it is possible to enter through the door! Garden and outdoor works very nice. Location is very good and the ambiance is compatible with a museum. of course it could have been so much better than a more professional management. What is that works of art in the garden description plaque. Each museum will be a museum shop, a café in front of the. comes from here. Here's a little distressed but entry can be something cute.
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  • Probably the cutest in the world Museum. As for those who just "look" k 3 min., works for those who want to get information about 30 min, those who understand technical and historical details for a few hours:)
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  • A very successful small town museum, take the should include 1-2 hours.
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  • Lots of interesting stuff.
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  • Due to renovations at the closed today though, Fittness Center enjoy visits,.
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