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Famagusta Museums

Jambulat Bastion and Museum Agios Ioannos Church and Icon Museum- the tomb and a small museum of Djambulat

In Djambulat Municipal Museum visitors can see some relics of the battle, as well as old costumes worn, tools used, and books, including an invaluable hand-written Koran.

Namik Kemal Dungeon and Museum

This two-storied hewn stone dungeon was built, during the Ottoman era, on the ruins of the old Royal Palace. St Barnabas Monastery and Icon Museum

the monastery present day building dates from 1756 and the white domes are a local land mark. The well laid out archaeological museum in the cloisters has many artifacts from Neolithic to Roman times. There are some superb Bronze Age specimens, and the items within the museum cover the 9,000 years of Cyprus' history.

Yeni Iskele Icon Museum

The church housing the museum was built in the early 12th century. It originally had a single isle and a dome, with arched recesses on the side ward. Such churches represent the popular church architecture of 12th century in Cyprus.

Agia Napa Museums

Guzelyurt Museums

Famagusta Museums

Kyrenia Museums

Larnaca Museums

Limassol Museums

Nicosia (North) Museums

Nicosia (South) Museums

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