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Taksiyarhis Cunda Ayvalik Rahmi M. Koc Muzesi

Namik Kemal Mahallesi Seref Sokak No: 6 A Alibey Adasi, Ayvalik, Turkey
+90 266 327 27 34
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Restored Church with Museum

A beautiful restoration of a former ruin . The ground floor houses an eclectic mix of vehicles... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2018
Kati8
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Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom
Beautifully restored church

I simply don't understand the previous comment about having lost another Christian church. This... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2018
skehry
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“cunda island” (3 reviews)
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Namik Kemal Mahallesi Seref Sokak No: 6 A Alibey Adasi, Ayvalik, Turkey
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+90 266 327 27 34
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Reviewed 16 June 2018

A beautiful restoration of a former ruin . The ground floor houses an eclectic mix of vehicles and industrial engines . There is a glass floor which enables views of the original crypt. On the first floor is a toy museum . It is only...More

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Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

I simply don't understand the previous comment about having lost another Christian church. This building was a ruin before and just have a look at it now. Irrespective of the contents which are on display - whoever started, organized and finally paid for the works...More

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Reviewed 7 September 2017

An ambient church had be en renewed andso manu very intresting 1800 model steau power machinery exhibited in this colorfull ancient building.Especially if you like old techniques (marine machinery,you will be very glad to see this museum and after visiting,very delicous "dicek kahve waiting you...More

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Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Small but cute museum with something very interesting. Location of the museum is also in a nice building. You will enjoy your visit.

Thank Gianpaolo B
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Reviewed 20 May 2017 via mobile

A great church and museum together. You have to visit this place the entrance is very cheap. 1€. The church is very old. Build on 1873. There are so many beautiful pieces available in the church. Toys, industrial machines and boats. Koc family did a...More

Thank Cenk G
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Reviewed 5 May 2017

Great place to visit especially with children the second floor has old toys displayed. The museum is nicely organized and very clean. A small gift shop is attached as well. Parking can be a problem do not drive passed the church the roads are very...More

Thank Claudia J
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Reviewed 5 March 2017

Church was in ruins. It was renovated into a industrial objectives collection exhibition. A very beautiful church was turned into this. I did not like the mentality. But this is the way in the country. The church was saved yes, but its no more a...More

Thank moshonis
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Reviewed 6 November 2016 via mobile

This former Orthodox Church gives a good idea of the former Greek glory of this town. If only the rest of town were restored to such splendor. Admission is only 5 TL, or less than $2. There is very limited signage in English. Pay attentions...More

Thank CristianoDadamo
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Reviewed 17 October 2016

As with the Koç Museum in İstanbul, this one too has a distribution of items that allow you to experience the culture and history of Turkey. Great place to visit with or without kids. Costs only a couple of quid to get in, so no...More

Thank Laura E O
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Reviewed 15 September 2016

I was watching the restoration for years, when I was visiting the Cunda island. Today I had the chance to enter and see the restorated church. I think the restoration was good. But as far as I know, because of some bureaucratic issues, they couldn't...More

Thank Cem A
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