Konuralp Muzesi, Duzce

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Konuralp Museum is a museum in Düzce Province, Turkey

Konuralp, is a town named after an early Ottoman hero in Düzce Province. It is almost merged to Düzce city. The museum is situated on Cumhuriyet street at 40°54′14″N 31°09′13″E It was opened on 18 November 1994.

The museum building has three exhibition halls, one laboratory, a conference room, two stock rooms and rooms reserved for the administration.

There are 1788 archaeological items in the museum. Konuralp is founded on the remains of Prusias ad Hypium of the antiquity. The origin of the exhibited items are from Prusias Ad Hypium. A 1st-century sarcophagus, Orpheus mosaic, the mosaic of Achilles and Thetis and the 2nd-century copy of Tyche and Plutus sculpture are among the notable items in the museum. There are 456 ethnographic items. In ethnography section clothes, weapons, daily-usage articles et.c about late Ottoman era are exhibited. There are also 3837 coins from Hellenistic to Ottoman era.

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  • Reaching Konuralp is not easy, but if you do get there, its museum and ruins are truly rewarding. The museum is free of entrance fee and stores artefacts from ancient Prusias ad Hypium. Some of the...  more »
  • Nice museum. The pieces from the ancient city Prusias ad Hypium and the latter are exhibited in the garden. There are really beautiful pieces with amazing details, some stone scripts and also pieces from Seljuk and Ottoman times too. Inside the museum, there is an archeologic and and ethnographic room. In the archeologic room, pieces from stone age up to recent history are exhibited. There is also a mosaic floor. In the ethnographic room, there are ethnic pieces from Anatolian and Turkish civilizations, clothes, swords, utilities etc.. Really worth visiting and the entrance is free.
  • Gps data as transportation easily routes you here. At the entrance, security units allow flash-free photocapture, but video is off-limits. Security agencies are directing you in and informing you that they're very helpful. I had Ms. Bahar in my venture. Access to the basement is forbidden, but there's a mosaic there, coming out from under a Roman villa. You can look at it from the 1st floor. Building 1. On the floor, m.O.'s coins, containers, mirrors, beauty materials are offered in style. Incredible! Ottoman Bath culture, bridal room, weapons and gunpowder are exhibited in the ethnography section on the 2nd floor. It's out there, so the garden part is very tidy. There's dead burial arts. Please vote on the museum's website of the ministry of culture. Because it's arranged with incredible dedication.
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