Dikyamaç Museum

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Dikyamaç Museum
Dikyamaç Müzesi
Dikyamaç Museum is located in Turkey
Dikyamaç Museum
Location of Dikyamaç Museum in Turkey.
Established2012; 7 years ago (2012)
LocationDikyamaç, Arhavi, Artvin Province, Turkey
Coordinates41°17′21″N 41°22′15″E / 41.28917°N 41.37083°E / 41.28917; 41.37083Coordinates: 41°17′21″N 41°22′15″E / 41.28917°N 41.37083°E / 41.28917; 41.37083
TypeEthnography, memorial

Dikyamaç Village Lifestyle Museum (Turkish: Dikyamaç Köyü Yaşam Tarzı Müzesi, shortly Dikyamaç Museum, is an ethnography museum in Artvin Province, northeastern Turkey.

The museum was founded in the village of Dikyamaç, known formerly as Kamparna, in Arhavi ilçe (district) of Artvin Province at 41°17′21″N 41°22′15″E / 41.28917°N 41.37083°E / 41.28917; 41.37083. When established, the private museum was unique in Artvin Province as being the only museum of the province.

The museum was established by the businessman Naim Özkazanç and Professor Maksut Coşkun in 2012.[1] The exhibited items are former and current house tools and clothes.[2]

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