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Cyprus Museum

Cyprus Museum (1 Mouseiou Street, Nicosia) – this museum has a variety of exhibits with artifacts that confirm the island’s rich ancient history. Clay figures (large and small), along with pottery, bronze and marble statues, and other items are shown here – from the Neolithic and Bronze ages, to the Phoenician, Assyrian, Greek and Roman […]


Cyprus Folk Art Museum

Cyprus Folk Art Museum (Archbishop Kyprianos Square, Nicosia 1016) – this museum (housed in the premises of the old Archbishop palace) is dedicated to the island’s ethnic history, with exhibits of Cypriot fold art from the 19th & 20th centuries (including woodcarvings, embroidery, pottery, and national costumes). Hours: 9:30 am – 4:00 pm (Tuesday – […]


Museum of Barbarism

Museum of Barbarism (Irhan Sk. 2, north Nicosia) – for those curious about Cyprus’ recent political history, this is a shrine dedicated to Dr. Nihat Ilhan, a major who served in the Cyprus Turkish contingent in 1963 (and who lived in the house where this is located). During the inter-communal troubles of December that year, […]


Kyrenia Gate

Kyrenia Gate – located in the northern part of Nicosia (on the Turkish-controlled side), this is one of the three entrances to the city built by the Venetians. The gate was originally called the “Porta Del Proveditore” (with a Lion of St Mark – a Venetian symbol, once located on the gate). Kyrenia Gate has […]


Kykkos Monastery

Kykkos Monastery (Hill Resorts, Troodos, Marathasa region) – located 90 minutes by car west of Nicosia, and built between the late 11th and early 12th century AD by Byzantine Emperor Alexios Komnenos, this is the richest and most lavish of the monasteries of Cyprus. It is situated on a mountain peak, at an altitude of […]



Choirokoitia — located in the Maroni valley, about 6 km from the southern coast of the island, the site of Choirokoitia lies in a hilly landscape in the foothills of the Troodos massif. It constitutes the most impressive example of the initial establishment of sedentary communities on the island and the development of an original […]