350 artifacts found on the ancient hill of Kultepe/Kanesh in Caesarea of Western Armenia, which are on the preliminary UNESCO World Heritage List and are stored in warehouses, will be taken out to the museums of the exposition. Most of the artifacts discovered during the excavations carried out for about 75 years are in the museums of Caesarea, especially in the new Museum of Archaeology of Caesarea, which opened in 2019. A total of 350 subjects will be shown as part of the program launched and implemented with the support of the European Union in 2021. Thus, those items that are in warehouses and for which there was no place for display will take their place in the museum.