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The Lisse Fort Museum is mainly a monumental building, recently constructed, at the foot of Mountain 771, near to the road which heads towards Ochyro Village.

The construction is separated into three levels.
The first level, the car park, includes a small exhibition, which was renovated as part of the project. The objects on display here were brought to the Fort and there is also an exhibition about the Metaxas Line and Fort Lisse.
The new exhibition includes: an exhibit about the Metaxas Line; an exhibit about the anniversary of 6th April (banners); a three dimensional, interactive presentation of Fort Lisse; and also the chance to watch the action inside the Fort for visitors who can't join in or don't have the time to visit the Fort and experience it from inside.

The second level consists of terraces, which the visitor gets to via monumental steps. In the middle of this level there is the small chapel where services are held during the annual commemorations of the Battle of the Forts, on 6th April.

The third level consists of the monument, where wreaths are laid during these celebrations.