Edirne Archeology Museum
Edirne Archeology Museum
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Lanni
Gaziantep, Türkiye5,502 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Solo
Mini museum and provides historical information and display from Thracean and Ottoman Periods.
The most interesting for me is the exhibition of Bridal Room and Living Room. Both rooms were decorated and showed the house life in Ottoman style.
Written 1 July 2021
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Leia3
Halifax, Canada111 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Family
The museum is right across from the Selimiye Mosque. It is a nice place to duck into to avoid the heat and learn about the Edirne area. The ticket price was very little, perhaps 5-7 TL. There are plenty of display cases with many artifacts from Edina's early history, Roman times and Ottoman Empire. Unfortunately when we visited the back room with the statues was closed. I assume it was being made ready for the summer tourist season and will be open then. If you have been traveling around Turkey you would have come across many of the items on display in other museums already. There was nothing new, which is why I gave it an average rating. At least the WC was free.
Written 1 June 2015
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TinaQ
Moscow, Russia1,869 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Couples
This museum consists of several rooms entered through the square courtyard. Artifacts are interesting and because of the size of the museum, you don't get overwhelmed and manage to remember new things you'll learn. I particularly enjoyed short film about the famous architect Sinan and the three impressive mosques he build in his lifetime, the most amazing being Selimiye of course.
Written 26 May 2014
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Travelibrarian
Istanbul, Türkiye184 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2012 • Couples
This museum is behind Selimye mosque and is worth a stop. It just says "muse" on the outside. The first section is ethnographic and very colourful. The rest of the collection is Greek and Roman finds from Trace. It will take less than an hour of your time, but at 3 lira, it is a bargain.
Written 24 August 2012
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Nesligül D
Istanbul, Türkiye6,528 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Friends
This may be a rather small museum, but it is really a gem and shouldn’t be missed when you are in Edirne. The beautiful and intact pieces found in Ainos ( today Enez) are really incredible. The museum has dedicated a special section to these findings of Ainos. The vases, toys and other ornamental objects are a few examples.
Written 15 May 2018
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yesiltren
Japan1,031 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Solo
This museum is just behind the Selimiye Complex. Very small museum but worth visiting because there are many sculptures of ancient Greece and Rome exhibited here as well. The garden is full of sculptures, too. There is no English leaflets, I'm afraid.
小さな博物館ですが古代ギリシアやローマの彫刻が多く展示されており、このエリアがギリシア・ローマ文化圏であったことが窺えます。 入場料はたったの5リラなのにそれを上回る内容。中庭の彫刻や石棺の展示もいい。英語のパンフがないのが残念。
Written 12 March 2018
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JuMaTa11
Chorzow, Poland17 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Couples
Small and very 'friendly '. Situated just at the back of Selimiye Cami. With beautiful garden. Inside Turkish folklore part and archaeological with Greek remains found in Ainos. For sure worth visiting.
Written 20 April 2017
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Catherine c
New York City, NY185 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Couples
This small museum has a great collection of everyday artifacts from the ancient sites of the area. The sculpture collection, the Ottoman Dioramas and the pre-historic stone dwelling ( outside in the garden) are very interesting. The staff is helpful and friendly.
Written 3 June 2013
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Glenn
Front Royal, VA85 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Couples
While small, this is a fun place to visit in Edirne. There are artifacts that go back to prehistoric time, Roman times and others. Not a big building, so the time is 30 minutes or less, but the price is inexpensive. Glad we went.
Written 31 May 2013
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Slowboathome
Auckland27 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2012 • Couples
Not far from the Selimiye Mosque. Artifacts and historical information from around the province, and a lot more less memorable pieces lying in the grounds.There is a small entrance fee (4TL).
Written 10 September 2012
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