This review is of the museum of the cave dwellings, which was really one of the better conceptualized and presented museums we've ever been as a family. They have converted former dwellings into a museum that is full of history and meaning. One really can understand and visualize the life of the former tenants, and the written commentary is excellent. It's very low-key, and one can stroll, learn, and soak in the atmosphere with leisure. There are historical, anthropological, and natural history exhibits, all of which are informative, but not too obscure or overwhelming. The views are an added bonus, providing panoramas that are quite different than from, for example, St. Nicolas. We didn't come at night, so really can't comment on those who call it a tourist trap, but, during the day, it is absolutely not so.
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