Cyprus Sights

Byzantine Museum

Published 01/15/2016

Fodor's Review

In a 1960 neo-Byzantine-style wing of the archiepiscopal palace, the Archbishop Makarios III Cultural Foundation houses the Byzantine Museum. Its fine displays of icons span 1,000 years, and another six sections of the museum showcase the 6th-century Kanakaria Mosaics stolen from Northern Cyprus following the Turkish invasion in 1974, which were not returned until 1991.

Sight Information

Address:

Archbishop Kyprianou Sq., inside the Archbishop's Palace, Nicosia, Lefkosia, Cyprus

Phone:

/2243/0008; /2243/0667

Sight Details:

  • €4
  • Mon.–Fri. 9–4:30, Sat. 9–1 (except in Aug.)

Published 01/15/2016

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