I visited this museum about 10 years ago, but I still wanted to return here as it has such a special atmosphere. On top of a mountain, a sacred place where people have come already for thousands of years to worship. This year when we visited we found that the museum had been renovated, enlarged, and also the excavations of the previous years are constantly bringing up new finds. Recently a beautiful statue has been found, which makes it even more special. For all interested in archaeology, but also in spiritual matters, it is a must see.
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