Congratulating my friend and colleague Architect Gil Even-Tsur for the completion of a unique architectural project, consisting of a museum and visitor center of Pompeian, the country's largest factory of olive oil, situated in Baltimore. The new project is located in a nineteenth-century building constructed of brick over a steel skeleton with wooden ceiling. The new building pays a tremendous respect to the integrity of the historic materials, in the process of converting the building's meaning. The museum and visitor center come to tell the story ofolive oil and at the same time to illustrate the history of Pompeian. The goal is to allowing the public to experience and taste a variety of scents and flavors produced by the factory. The collection of ancient amphora and olive oil lamps on a permanent view adds to the integrated story.