The Pedoulas Byzantine Museum is located in the village of Pedoulas in the Nicosia district.

During the tenure of Morphou Bishop Neofytos, Pedoulas Byzantine Museum was established in order to store representations of holy relics. The museum can be found near the church of Archangel Michael. The founder and generous sponsor of the Pedoulas Byzantine Museum was Andreas Ellinas.

The contribution of the priest Charalambos Kourris was also very impotant as he collected and preserved icons and other relics which are on display in the Byzantine Museum today. In 1999, the Mayor of Athens Demetris Avramopoulos inaugurated the Museum.

Location:

Pedoulas

Address:

Pedoulas, Kakopetria 2850

Phone:

22 952629

Operating hours:

Every day except Mondays

10:30 – 16:50

Entrance Fees:

Free

 

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