The museum is more about the tools and crafts of ordinary folks than about the pieces of artists. One could find clothes worn by nomads, dervishes, carpets, nicely crafted ornaments dating centuries. The museum also has an extensive coin collection. It was interesting to observe the rows of coins coming from the 13th century Ottoman Turkey all the way to the 21st century modern Turkish republic.
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