The «Medieval Cyprus» exhibition in Limassol allows its visitors to travel back to a period of time when the island was at the center of the Mediterranean civilization and see all of its medieval attractions recreated in a miniature form.
These attractions include: the Limassol Castle, Kantara Castle, the forts of Famagusta, Paphos and Larnaca, Bellapais Abbey, Kyrenia Fortress, the Venetian walls of Nicosia, Kykkos Monastery, the monasteries of St. Neophytes and Stavrouni, St. Sophia Cathedral in Nicosia and St. Nicholas Cathedral in Famagusta, the Church of St. Lazarus in Larnaca and the Church of St. Nicholas of the Roof in Troodos. The miniature model also depicts a traditional Cypriot village with its rural lifestyle, the crusaders of Colossi, a sugar factory, scenes of sword fighting by the fortress and medieval ships.
Use the audio guide to enhance your experience of the exhibition. Children can take part in a quest and receive a gift at the end.
The exhibition is open year round. You can visit alone or book a group tour. The venue also holds master classes for children in pottery and fencing as well as other public events. There is a souvenir shop and a café. The exhibition space can also be booked for a private event, such as a birthday party.
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Photos by Daria Saulskaya