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“Very interesting”

Paphos Ethnographic Museum
Ranked #39 of 117 things to do in Paphos
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed April 25, 2014

This little museum is packed with interesting exhibits. It has a wealth of things to see, from ancient pottery up to more modern day items. http://ethnographicalmuseum.com/index.php/

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Reviewed April 15, 2014

This small owner occupied museum was full of charm and uniqueness. Freedom to roam and look through the exhibits. It's important to support these small private collections.

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Reviewed September 4, 2013

This museum is located in a very nice area that you can have a walk around, have a coffee o snack on the Mousalas hill top with amazing view to the whole city and sea. The museum is interesting and they also do wedding functions there. Next to it is also Byzantium museum and the old church of Agios Theodoros.

3  Thank Christiana M
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Reviewed August 9, 2013

A great family-owned museum. The building itself was built at the end of the 19th century, and is interesting in its own right. A wonderful collection of traditional life in Cyprus in the old days, also covering a range of periods with numerous archeological findings and antics. All these set around the house and the wonderful garden, makes it an intimate experience. The guide book written by the founder of the museum is great and very informative, enriching the overall experience. A must-see when visiting Paphos.

1  Thank Anna P
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Reviewed June 1, 2013

Museum of ethnography- it was a house with some local antiques and family portraits , hardly ethnography . If you had a house in the centre of Brighton and collected some antiques from the local area, plastered the walls with family portraits and locked rooms from public view saying that's where you live - its not ethnographic museum of Brighton- it's your house with curios!!! The owner of the house has put some flag masts outside the residence and hoisted a few national flags to give the house some semblance of museum- I paid 5 euros to see the place and must say it was a waste of money and more importantly my time . I hate giving poor reviews but the house and the owner (museum curator!) deserve no better. I don't know how it got a sanction from the authorities to open as a museum !

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