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The Steni Museum of Village Life

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The Steni Museum of Village Life

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903amanda wrote a review Nov 2020
Derbyshire, United Kingdom42 contributions20 helpful votes
Well, where to start, this museum is a magical place, absolutely stuffed full with interesting memorabilia, lace, artefacts and facts. This museum is such an intriguingly interesting place for you to be taken back in time to how life was for Cypriots many years ago! If you are lucky enough, you will meet the wonderful mukhtar Ηλίας, he has such incredible stories to tell and you will be enchanted by his recollection of how he collected all of the artefacts before opening his wonderful museum. Entrance is free but donations are very welcome!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Elena N wrote a review Jul 2020
Nicosia, Cyprus12 contributions
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A museum full of Cypriot History which presentate how the citizens get through a difficult life and all the things they did to have a proper family life.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Alan Y wrote a review Dec 2019
Limassol City, Cyprus136 contributions76 helpful votes
We found this museum of items from the past quite delightful. It's crammed full of interesting artefacts from the village of Steni and although it's housed within a modern building attached to the villages council offices, we thought it was one of the most interesting museums of this type in Cyprus. Some of the other folk museums on the island are in older houses but the quantity of wonderful items here is special and they are superbly presented. While we were here we met lovely Mrs Anastasia (she's the Muktars wife) and spoke to her about her life and the history of the village. Steni village is a short drive from Polis and there are two excellent tavernas here - the village should be very proud of the museum - well worth an hour or so, although one could easily spend much longer here - there's so much to see. There's no entry fee but visitors are invited to make a donation. We are looking forward to a return visit.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Oli wrote a review Oct 2019
London, United Kingdom62 contributions48 helpful votes
Very small, yet free to enter. If you're in the area then take a look, otherwise I wouldn't go out of the way for it. May better suit certain people looking for the historic Cypriot upbringing who would find this interesting.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Ray T wrote a review Sep 2019
Lancashire36 contributions18 helpful votes
Beautifully kept Museum depicting local life in Steni. We were met by the "Mucktah" who has personally put this Museum
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Date of experience: September 2019
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