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If you are looking for a Greek or Italian kind of museum you will be disappointed. The museum is small, with very few items and the building requires maintenance works.
Some items exposed are nice and the there is plot in the structure of exhibition...More
Cyprus museum is housed in an old building. It is fairly small and if you’re not an expert you can probably visit all the exhibits in 1 hour. It is organized by periods and by types of artefacts. Periodically, a temporary exhibit is displayed in...More
I have visited Cyprus museum with my wife and 11 months old daughter and it was well spent time. I was well surprised when we found out that entry is free for everyone. Inside it was plenty of space to move around with a pram...More
An extensive presentation of the history of Cyprus and their contact with other nations. But it is such a pity to see it so neglected. Old scripts, barely readable, filthy displays with bad lightings, where so important pieces of the country's history are just lost....More
Lots of beatuifull ancient artifact. Allows you to understand Cyprus culture much better. Artifacts from 3000 BC to Roman Empire ones and most famous one Aphrodite statue. But as for me very interesting ones were these ancient ones - oldest, from around 3000 BC and...More
This museum is a gem. The Cyprus Terracotta figures are out of this world and some are more than life size. The bronze age and earlier items are fascinating and some of the sculptures are wonderful. A real travel through time from 7000 years ago....More