Muesser Aktas Etnografya Ve Tarih Evi, Mordogan

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  • Müesser Aktaş is sharing her ethnographic collection which are all belongs to Karaburun cultural area dedicated since last century. the building is old school of village.  more »
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  • I'm writing in the hope that there will be feedback for the museum, hopefully it will be taken into account: There are no signs of charge, ticket-cutting, or verbal notification at the entrance. Welcome, here, wander, they said, we're in. The woman sitting on the sidelines on the way out cut us off for a fee. That's not how it's done. I guess they can't officially get tickets because the building's been assigned to the governor's office. But even if there is to be a fee as a donation to the association, it must be shared with the visitors from the beginning. When we said why didn't you tell the price in the first place, we got the clearly lied "kid forgot to tell you" answer. But he was there when we came in. I'm guessing it's standard practice not to say from the start that this fee will be charged. It's definitely not about the money being asked, it's the method that's being implemented. Even if asked on the way out, you can be politely asked, "Would you like to make a small donation to our association?" It's not right to roughly cut people off and ask for a fee.
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  • You will enjoy the journey back to the past. Thank you very much to the madam Müesser 👍👏 Many of the tools we used in the village (Kars) as a child made me think that we came across the edavata at the other end of the dormitory. It is very similar except to the west and the north to the south, except for the dialect. If you get in the way, stop by and see your own ancestors, your childhood. The entrance to the museum is not paid for, Ms. Müesser is collecting donations to keep the museum afloat. There's a variety of hot cold drinks in there.
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