The Bizantine Museum of Paphos is situated in the newest part of the city, Ktima (Pano Paphos), close to the Patriarchy Church. The museum itself isn't so big, but there are a few artefacts that are quite unique, like the oldest icon preserved in Cyprus, the one of Agia Marina, dated from the 8th-9th century. There are also some old priests clothes and a collection of rare religious books. The entrance is 2 EUR and the photos are not allowed.
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