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Being the capital of Cyprus, Nicosia has many wonderful things on offer for the traveller. Of course putting the cheap car hire from VroomVroomVroom aside, Nicosia offers a rich history that dates back approximately 5000 years to the Bronze Age, although it has stood proudly as Cyprus' capital for 1000 of those years.
Nicosia sits roughly in the middle of the island on the Mesaoria Plain, and is near the Kyrenia mountain range that boasts the 'five fingered mountain'.
Nicosia is an interesting place with lots of beautiful attractions. The best way to discover the city is driving a VroomVroomVroom car hire.
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Top Attractions Within Nicosia
The Cyprus Archaeological Museum in Nicosia is the biggest archaeological museum in the country. The Nicosia is home to the richest and largest collection of Cypriot antiques in the world. These consist exclusively of objects discovered on the island. There are exhibits that give visitors the glimpse of the history, culture and civilisation of Cyprus.
Aischylou Street is a wonderful and quaint street in Nicosia, which includes a coffee shop, a bar and various craft shops. There are also coffee and lounge area where you can relax before and after you visited the attractions of Nicosia. This street is also a great place where you can enjoy the local specialities in wonderful venues.
The Ethnological Museum in Nicosia is the most important example of urban architecture of the last century of Ottoman domination which survives in old Nicosia. Today, the mansion which has been renovated, functions as a museum where a collection of artefacts from the Byzantine, Medieval and Ottoman era are displayed.
Selimiye Mosque in Nicosia is the main mosque in the city. It is housed in the largest and oldest surviving Gothic church in Cyprus. Once Muslims have arrived here, they destroyed the rich sculptural decoration, the frescoes, the sculptures, and the stained glass decoration depicting scenes from the Old and New Testament.