Arslan Eyce Private Amphora Museum
Arslan Eyce Özel Amphora Müzesi
Entrance of the museum.
|Location||İsmet Inonu Cad. 62/B, Tasucu, Silifke, Mersin, Turkey|
|Owner||Ministry of Culture and Tourism|
Taşucu, known as Holmi in the antiquity, at Silifke İlçe (district) of Mersin Province. Formerly, it was an important port. The museum is located in an 19th-century building on the İsmet İnönü Boulevard, which was originally a storage building. The building now is a property of the museum foundation. Arslan Eyce, a citizen of Silifke, spent 40 years in collecting ancient amphorae mostly from shipwrecks. In 1997, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (Turkey) took over the collection. After maintenance, the museum was officially opened in 2003.is a seaside town in
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- Museum page (in Turkish)
- "Ministry of Culture and Tourism Arslan Eyce Private Amphora Museum". Taşucu Amfora Müzesi. Retrieved 2017-05-17.