The Antalya Museum (The Antalya Museum) is a first-class museum in Turkey. The historical relics exhibition hall contains ancient relics, unearthed items from the Phoenician colony, and ritual demonstrations of funeral ceremonies. The statue area of the gods is the highlight of the museum, with a large collection of works from the 2nd century. The art gallery contains small artworks and shipwrecks. There are several small and gorgeous silver statues and ivory statues, which were excavated from ancient tombs in the 8th century. In the imperial hall, there is a Roman marble bust unearthed from the Baiji site, dating from the 2nd to the 3rd century AD.
[Residence in Turkey: Super Fun Niche Experience-Toy Museum] Amway is a fun place that most people will not go to when they come to Istanbul: the Toy Museum. This private museum is a three-story white building with nostalgia in Kadikoy, Asia. Inside are all antique toys searched by a Turkish writer all over the world! ! The museum categorizes all toys by partition, and each floor has a different theme for each room: from folk customs from all over the world, movie IP, trains, warships, airplanes, to the doll house stadium, it can really be an eye-opener. A steamship toy was made into the surrounding souvenir in Figure 4. It is said that this writer had a deep regret when he was coaxed by adults to play with this ship in the hospital when he was a child, and the toy was taken away afterwards... So after searching for more than 30 years, he found it in Germany The original toys of the year have since embarked on the road of collecting toys and writing children's stories. This is the huge impact of childhood on life~~ Sue's favorite here is the doll house series in Figure 9! Every small house is a shop, there are meat sellers, cloth sellers, shoes, and even dinosaur fossils! The most funny thing is that there is a doll house that sells various mini doll houses