Went to visit this museum after visiting the Byzantine Museum. The entry fee of Euro 2 and one cannot take photos. One can see how people lived. See how they weaved, some blacksmith tools, etc. Saw some clothes and a large bed. Family must have been well off to afford such luxury in those times. One can also buy few... 更多
the folk art museum, housed in what used to be an old monastery so you can still see icons painted on the walls, is a little gem, not greatly known. The artefacts it houses are amazing, it has a fantastic vibe to it, and even a little shop where you can buy souvenirs. It's in the Archbishopric courtyard, so very... 更多
Lefkosia has many small museums in comparison with other bigger cities but all of them are well kept and the folk art museum is one of the better ones to visit. Easily accessible and the exhibits are well presented, very interesting and of high traditional heritage and value. Small fee to enter.
Manage your expectations and its fine, interesting little museum to fill half a hour. The byzantine art museum next door is also worth a visit.
This Museum is part of the Archbishop Makarios III Foundation compound; it is small but full of traditional Cypriot heritage; it is a beautiful presentation of the past real life of the Cypriots. Several rooms and all corridors are filled with a great collection of old items such as Columns, Stones, Pottery, Jars, Jewelry, Music Instruments, Table Covers, Kitchen Utensils,... 更多
The museum is an enterprise started and maintained by volunteers and it is amazing how a group of people interested in their culture have managed to get together, go around the island and find people who were ready to give out some of the treasures they owned - furnishings, pottery, lace, jewellery and whatnot. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to... 更多
Small museum in the beautiful old section of Nicosia, with just enough on display to keep an child interested and... 更多