The Sotira Ecclesiastical Museum is situated in the village of Sotira in the Ammochostos district. More specifically the museum is housed in the Agiou Georgiou Chapel, which is located in the centre of the community.

The Agiou Georgiou Chapel is a small and simple chapel built with stone and a white-washed roof. It also has a small stone paved courtyard to the right hand side as the left hand side is right on the main road.

The museum displays icons, sacred vessels, vestments and relics of priceless religious value from the temples of Sotira.

Amongst the items on display, is the icon of Jesus that is dated from the 13th century, as well as a wooden altar that is dated from the 16th century.

 

Location :

Sotira Village

District:

Ammochostos

Telephone numbers:      

 

23823932

Father Georgios 99567463

Father Konstantinos 99851974

Operating hours:

The Museum is open year-round while visits are only possible by prior arrangement with the priest.

Website:

https://www.sotira.org.cy/en/

Entrance Fee:

Free (Donations can be made)

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