And that connection is one of the motivations behind a new perfume theme park nestled in Cyprus’ verdant Solea valley, which allows visitors to recreate those ancient perfumes in the traditional way, with replicas of the ancient clay distillers extracting the scents from the locally grown herbs over an open fire.
— Read more at More than a scent: Cyprus promoting its perfume past at The Washington Post.
What a lovely idea! And a great way to make the past tangible to people beyond reading in a book.
We need a field trip — I would love to go there.
I enjoy “living museum”/”living history” sites. That sounds like a dream field trip.