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Bitlis Ahlat Museum

The museum is located next to the historical Seljuk Graveyard which was founded upon an area that reaches 200 square meters. Ahlat Museum was opened for display in 1970.

In the museum, there are multicolor pots and pans that are peculiar to the Eastern Anatolian Region of 2000 BC, ceramics that date back to the end of Middle Bronze Age and Iron Age and collections belonging to Urartians.

Besides, the creations that came to the surface via the excavations made in Çifte Hamam, Zaviye and Ulu Mosque and ceramics pertaning to Seljuk Period are exhibited.

The glazed ceramics made by techniques of sgraffito and lusterware date back to XIII and they pertain to Seljuk Period; pots that are made in animal shapes without glazing are among the museum collections.

In the museum, the collections of the Urartians that consist of ornamental goods with double-head dragons are arranged as a seperate section. Various ceramics and kerosene lamps that belong to Roman and Byzantine Periods form a seperate section too. Apart from that, the epitaphs of the Seljuks which are different from each other, are placed in the garden of the museum.

In the museum, coins pertaning to various periods, local ethnographic creations also exist.

The museum is open every day from 07.30-12.00 to 13.00-16.30 except Mondays.
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In museum guide, the museums which are depicted, pertain to ethnographical qualities as they can be seen through the categories on the web site.
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Afyonkarahisar Museum
Aksaray Museum (Zinciriye Madrasah)
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Amasra Museum / Bartın
Amasya Museum
Ankara / Museum Of Anatolıan Cıvılızatıons
The Ethnography Museum of Ankara
Ankara Museum Of Foundatıon Works
Antalya Museum
Aydın Museum
Balikesir - Edremit Ayse Sıdıka Erke Ethnography Museum
Bilecik – Söğüt Ethnography Museum
Bitlis Ahlat Museum
Bolu Museum
Burdur Museum
Bursa Museum of Turkish - Islamic Works of Art / Green Madrasah
Çanakkale Museum
Çankırı Museum
Alacahöyük and Boğazköy Museums of Çorum
Çorum Museum
Denizli Atatürk and Ethnographical Museum
Düzce Konuralp Museum / Bolu
Edirne Museum Of Archeology And Ethnography
Edirne Museum of Turkish Islamic Works of Art
Gaziantep Museums
Gumushane İkizevler City Museum
Hatay (Antakya/Antioch) Museum
Isparta Museum
Isparta Yalvaç Museum
Istanbul / Dolmabahçe Palace
Istanbul / Museum Of Palace Collectıons
Istanbul / Topkapı Palace Museum
Istanbul / The Museum of Turkish and Islamic Works of Art
Istanbul / The Museum of Foundations Calligraphy Arts
Istanbul / Turkish Museum of Buildings and Works of Art
Istanbul / Foundations Carpet Museum
Istanbul / Yıldız Porcelain Factory Museum
Istanbul / Yıldız City Museum - Yıldız Palace
Izmir - Tire Museum
Izmir Ethnography Museum
Iznik Hagia Sophia Müzesi
Iznik City Museum (Nilüfer Hatun Complex)
Kayseri Museums
Konya Ereğli Museum
Konya Ethnography Museum
Konya Karatay (Encaustic Tile Works) Museum
Konya Mevlana Museum
Konya İnce Minaret (Stone and Wooden Works) Museum
Kütahya Tile Museum
Mardin Museum
Nevşehir Museum
Nevşehir Ürgüp Museum
Samsun Archaeology and Ethnography Museum:
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Tokat Museum
Urgup, Fantastic Museum in Cappadocia (Private Museum)
Van Museum
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