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Fort Lisse Museum/Park

The exhibition programme has four basic elements: the fort itself, or at least the part of it that can be visited and is called 'The Cheloni'; Artefacts from the time; Reconstructions and constructions; Digital applications.

In the reception area you can sign up for the 'Follow the Fox' game, receive or return your game bag, take the required knowledge test, and visit the Lisse Museum shop.
There are four exhibits in the same area.

Presentation of Fort Lisse
This exhibit is an interactive digital application. Using the menu on a touch screen, you can chose subjects to be displayed on a large screen. These tell you about Fort Lisse through diagrams and photographs.

View of the Battle.
You can watch live footage of the action taking place inside the Cheloni, shown on a large screen. Those who can't or don't want to visit the Cheloni, can watch the action here.

The Metaxas Line
This is a very large screen on which the whole of the Metaxas Line construction is shown, through maps and visual aids.

Celebrations and Commemorations of the Battle
On another screen there are photographs and footage of celebrations of the anniversary of the Battle of the Forts, which is traditionally commemorated on the weekend closest to 6th April.

The Cheloni
Exhibition areas
The areas of the Cheloni which are considered purely exhibition spaces are:
• The Commander and his adjutant's room (E3)
• The map and communications room (E4)
• The digital exhibits rooms (B4 and B5)
• The battle viewing room (C1)
• Gun position 1 (F2)
• The water tank (E2)

Spaces which are for both exhibition and activities are:
• The barracks (B2)
• The sickbay (and first aid point) (C4)
• The storeroom (C5).

Spaces for activities are:
• The video games rooms (E5 and E6)
• The vending machine room (B6)
• The firing simulation rooms (H2, G5, and D2)

Digital displays
The subjects of the digital displays are as follows:
1. The morphological and geographical landscape of the Nevrokopi plateau. Video installation.
2. The protagonists. Video installation.
3. Historical photography. Video installation.
4. The weapons of the conflict. Interactive installation.
5. The chronology of the battle. Video installation.
6. The organisation of the fort and 24 hours inside a fort during peace and wartime. Video installation.
7. 'War and Peace'. Interactive banner
8. Battle Viewing Centre (sector C1). Interactive installation.