The Tayinat Archaeological Project, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Turkey is engaged in establishing an open-air archaeological park that highlights Tell Tayinat’s historic role as a strategic crossroad; showcasing the regions rich and diverse cultural legacy, while also preserving and protecting a cultural heritage of international importance. The park will be equipped with research facilities, laboratories and a visitors center. Existing vernacular architecture on the premises will be restored and converted into the research facility and visitors center. These facilities will include permanent storage space equipped with shelving and cabinets for the artifact and research collections recovered during more than 70 years of archaeological exploration at the site. The creation of a permanent repository for these collections will not only secure and protect them, as required by Turkish law, but will elevate the importance of the park facility as a destination for researchers wishing to study the culture and history of the region.
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