The Pancyprian Gymnasium Museums

The Pancyprian Gymnasium Museums, Nicosia: Address, Phone Number, The Pancyprian Gymnasium Museums Reviews: 4.5/5

The Pancyprian Gymnasium Museums

The Pancyprian Gymnasium Museums
4.5

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Petros H
Nicosia, Cyprus739 contributions
Very good and very near other sites
Apr 2016 • Friends
Just opposite the Archibishop Palace and the church of St. Ioannis, all in the same street, having some special rooms in the Pancyprian high School itself, worth visiting.
Written March 29, 2017
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wingate
London, UK2,250 contributions
Some really interesting displays
Mar 2017 • Solo
I was told by a local that this was not worth visiting.Glad I didn't take his advice.There is an interesting natural history section that deals with how Cyprusr was formed.Not well signposted.Near the Archbishops restrained digs.Worth a visit.
Written March 24, 2017
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PAMBOS K
Nicosia, Cyprus133 contributions
An interesting museum
Nov 2015 • Friends
For a visitor of old Nicosia, it will be good to visit the Pancyprian Gymnasium Museum to be introduced at the spirit of mid-20th century history of Nicosia
Written October 13, 2016
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the_polite_percent
Jerusalem, Israel26 contributions
A Hidden Gem
Sep 2015 • Friends
The museum covers the history of the Pancyprian Gymnasium School and resides on the school grounds. It has two floors, with the bottom one dedicated to the history of the school itself (and displays uniforms, teaching aids and other things: It is surprisingly interesting!) and a small natural history section. The upper (and smaller) floor has a collection of pottery, coins and weapons. Honestly, this place is more interesting than the Byzantine Museum nearby (by a mile!) and it is also free. We were welcomed, given a short tour and a review of the school's history and then set loose at the museum. It was a very nice experience.

Do note, that the address listed is the school itself, whereas the entrance to the museum itself is from the Thiseos street side (nothern side) of the compound. You can always walk into the school and ask. They will kindly direct you to the museum in the case you get lost.
Written September 19, 2015
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