Nicosia Cyprus Museums

Within the city walls, the museum houses an exhibition on the development of the post office in Cyprus and a stamp collection from the 18th century to the present day, considered one of the best in international philately. The new Archaeological Centre in Cyprus is the first of its kind in the world and the only museum of its kind in Europe.

The collection, housed in the Cultural Foundation of the Bank of Cyprus, includes artifacts from 2500 BC to 1500 AD and displays ancient art from Cyprus. The museum traces the history of the island from its origins to the present day, following finds found during excavations on the islands. History goes hand in hand with archaeology, mapping the past and tracing its history from ancient times to modern times.

The collection of the Archaeological Museum and Archaeological Research Institute of the Bank of Cyprus includes artefacts from 2500 BC to 1500 AD and displays ancient art from Cyprus and beyond.

History goes hand in hand with the history of Nicosia and its cultural heritage. You will admire the works of artists who traveled to Cyprus in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, crowned by the collection of sculptors, painters, architects and architects, as well as paintings and sculptures. Nicosia also has a historical museum that tells the story of this city from prehistory to the present. Under British occupation, excavations were carried out on sites of ancient settlements, such as the ancient city of Limassol and the ruins of St. George's Cathedral.

A must-see - visit the museum for those interested in the history of Nicosia and its cultural heritage and its history as a city.

The museum is the only of its kind in Cyprus and is presented under the auspices of the Cultural Foundation, which consists of a collection of artefacts dating back to the 6th century, when the coins were first minted by the currency republic on the island. The museum has the largest collection of Greek and Mycenaean ceramics in the world, including anthropomorphic vessels, and contains the world's most famous Ecypriot ceramics. The Byzantine Museum has three large rooms on the ground floor, where a series of freestanding frescoes are exhibited, including sacred heirlooms, utensils and vestments. It contains forty - eight icons from different periods of history, from ancient Greece, the Middle Ages and the Ottoman Empire to the present day.

The museum houses a collection of archaeological finds from the prehistory of the Paphos district, as well as the remains of the ancient city of Mykenia in Cyprus.

This is a quiet museum in the old town of Cyprus, which collects unique antique objects from different eras. Located on the Museumstrasse in the centre of Nicosia, the museum is the oldest museum in Cyprus with the archaeological collection of all museums. Located on the second floor of the National Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology of Cyprus, this museum is the only one to display a collection of prehistory and ancient Cyprus in one place.

This position creates an urban passage that forms the main entrance to the new Cyprus Museum. This position created an urban passage that was the main entrance to the newer Cypriot museum. The museum is located in the centre of Nicosia, and on the opposite side the entrance is closed by an iron fence.

The design decisions for the Cyprus Museum were taken in consultation with the architects, architects and architects of the Nicosia Municipality and the National Museum of Cyprus. The New Cypriot Museum is a technologically advanced space that brings together the cultural heritage of the past, present and future to create a forward-looking space that emerges from the rich cultural history and heritage of Cyprus and beyond.

The museum houses permanent exhibitions in various art galleries and also facilitates the possibility of hosting exhibitions of local and foreign artists. The third cultural site worth visiting is the Centre for the Promotion of Fine Arts in Nicosia, which houses the National Museum of Cyprus, as well as the Cyprus Museum and the New Cypriot Museum. This centre, which is said to be the oldest and largest of its kind in the world, is dedicated to promoting the visual arts in Cyprus.

The museum houses the permanent collection of the Zampela family, which consists of more than 1,000 objects from the history of Cyprus and its people. The artifacts housed in the museum are so important that all Greeks should visit it, and it would be a great place for professional researchers and visitors who like and appreciate history. There are a number of other museums in Nicosia that you should not miss, such as the National Museum and the New Cypriot Museum, as well as several galleries and exhibitions in various galleries.

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