This is a unique place with surprising activity of hand made papyrus, and lovely animal corner for kids.
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We visited after reading a bunch of positive reviews, but it was a bit of a letdown. It was nice to see papyrus growing and there were some farm animals wandering around, but after a ten minute stroll and a papyrus demonstration that lasted about 40 seconds, we were pretty much done. The entrance was only 1 euro, so I... More
A couple of minutes walk from the archaeological park. Really good to see papyrus growing in quantity in pools with turtles and a few other birds and animals wandering around. The walk round was followed by a demonstration of the preparation and production of paper from raw material to manuscript. There's also a nice picnic area and a selection of... More
My husband and I just returned from Siracusa, Sicily. We found a hidden jewel across the street from the well known Greek Theater (Teatro Greco) called L'angolo del Papiro. The owner, Angelo, took us on a personal tour. First we saw how papyrus is grown. Then he showed us the steps involved in converting raw papyrus into paper. What I... More
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