47-49, near Laiki Geitonia
is an interesting example of Franco-Byzantine style, which
was built by Archbishop Germanos II in 1695
Lidra Street Lookout Point
Street, Shakolas building, Tel: (02) 67 93 69
offers a panoramic 360-degree view of the town of Lefkosia
and is situated on 11th floor of Shakolas building.
area within the walled city, East of Plateia Eleftherias
winding alleys with traditional houses, shops, restaurants
and galleries all lovingly restored as typical examples of
Cypriot urban architecture of a bygone, more graceful age.
Chrysaliniotissa Crafts Center
interesting complex of eight workshops nestling around a
central courtyard, designed on the basis of a traditional
inn architectural concept. It accommodates units engaged
in contemporary applications of traditional crafts.
opposite Cyprus Museum, Tel: (02) 49 29 00 and 66 40 28
is built in a neo-Classical style. Theatre is used for
musical concerts, dance performances and various
ceremonies. It is also the main venue of Cyprus Theatre
St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral
Lordou Vyronos, Tel: (02) 44 22 41
parish church, for Anglican residents, was built in 1893,
in a style reminiscent of many English village churches.
Cyprus Craft Center
Athalassas 186, Tel: (02) 30 50 24
government-run center aims to promote and enrich
traditional folk art and
Craft skills. It has various workshops and a showroom/shop
at its premises, as well as shops in Laiki Geitonia and in
all other towns.
Museum of the History of Cypriote Coinage
51. Agia Paraskevi, Bank of Cyprus Headquarters, Tel: (02)
67 71 35
exhibition presenting the development of coinage of Cyprus
from 6th century BC to the present day is shown.