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An archaeological museum will be established outside the archaeological site and connected with excavation areas to ensure coherence. The excavation site consists of five zones. No vehicular access will be allowed in the area where the excavation sites are located. Visitors arriving by vehicles will park in the parking area adjacent to the visitor center and proceed to the excavation sites on foot.
Firstly, the zones where the excavation sites are located have been interconnected to create a pedestrian path. Circulation between excavation areas and exhibition areas will be facilitated through this pathway. Urban furniture has been placed along the sides of the pedestrian path. Additionally, a monorail system has been established to connect the excavation areas with the museum. Visitors exploring the excavation and exhibition areas will access the museum via the monorail. The monorail is positioned at an elevated level above buildings and trees, adjacent to the excavation and exhibition areas, to allow visitors to have a better view of the site from above.
Visitors arriving at the museum will encounter an observation sphere overlooking the area at the entrance. Access to the exhibition areas will be provided from this section. Furthermore, there is an open area featuring displays showcasing the history of the city and animations related to the excavation sites, as well as an activity and sales area.
When designing the museum, priority was given to the observation sphere, taking into consideration the excavation areas. Other spaces were also designed with inspiration from the Pegasus, which has become a symbol of Adramytteion. The museum includes the observation sphere supported by ramps, conference and seminar areas, administrative spaces, staff and storage areas, activity and sales areas, as well as temporary and permanent exhibition areas.