Antakya Archaeological Museum, Antakya
(4.3/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
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  • R on the way to the new building. From the period before the Roman and many archaeological monuments. Mosaics in particular. The average one-and-a-half-hour travel time should be spent on.
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  • The archaeological museum is too big and there's every interruption of history artifacts built a very large area. The pictures of it also mosaics and beautiful come to Antioch from the Museum is a magical place to roam.
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  • Both the content and the full design, ease of access, unintentional very satisfying explanations of the Museum. Mosaic and haykel are amazing. Our country's culture is so rich, so date and from the land of can display this good proud.
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  • It is permenantly closed and moved to its new place in the Reyhanlı road somewhere near to Saint Peter Church.
  • Impressive, especially the mosaics but location changed. It is now in north direction of kurtulus caddesi.
  • That is the largest collection of mosaics from Roman period. Must see it! But museum is now in reconstruction and you are able to see only part of exposition.
  • Beautiful! The brand new museum is located near the St. Peter Church. Don't miss the mosaics!
  • This is the old location