Archbishop’s Palace
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Archbishop’s Palace
Archbishop’s Palace

The New Archbishopric - the seat of the Cyprus Orthodox Church - was built in 1960 in a Neo-Byzantine style and contains the private suite of the late Archbishop Makarios III. The Old Archbishopric that stands alongside it was built in 1730 and houses the Ethnographic Museum of Cyprus on its ground floor.

GPS coordinates: Lat: 35.172821 Lon: 33.36815

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