19 facilities have been found in total.
The history of the ancient city Assos, which is located Behramkale village of Ayvacık district of the city Canakkale, is dated back to the 6th century before Christ. The city was built on a volcanic hill, between andesite rocks and 236 meters above the sea level. During the building process, those andesite rocks were used.
The building, which was built as Turkish bath in 1905 in the city center of Çanakkale, has been restored by the Municipality of Çanakkale in 2013 as “Ceramics Museum”. Ceramics Museum is located in Cevatpaşa district on Kaya Street and important ceramics artworks are exhibited in the museum. It can be noted that the old structure of the building has been reserved during the restoration and in the new museum building, ceramics related national and international symposiums, workshops and exhibitions are organized.