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We visited this small. Museum ( cost 1.50 euros) . We listened to a narration in English describing the crushing of olive oil lamp oil - several hundred years ago. The cavern and mill was well worth visiting!
This is a 16C olive oil press where workers toiled for two hours before a two hour break before continuing throughout the working day. Given the small amount of space and steepness of steps to access the work was extremely trying.
Now we can appreciate...More
Love history, found this place, costs only €1,50, so obviously I had to enter. Now or it could have been me who got dizzy from the sun outside and therefor didn't fully understand the visit, but I was barely impressed. Yes, it's fun to see...More
Only €1:50 and they ask your nationality to put the audio on in your language.
Explains the history of olive oil production, it's use as lamp oil and the resulting importance of the port of Gallipoli.
It is easy to miss, so keep your eyes...More
Special place to learn about olive oil, in the 17th and 18th centuries. The underground olive presses can be viewed and the English recording was very helpful to learn about the process. worth the admission fee. Only takes 20 minutes. Closes at 12:30, so don't...More