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Places to see in Guzelyurt

Guzelyurt Museum
 The Guzelyurt museum houses a collection ranging from the prehistoric age of Cyprus to the Byzantine period. Primitive tools uncovered from different prehistoric settlements around Cyprus, and samples of pottery from the Bronze Age are exhibited at the museum. A red on white and red polished earthen pot belonging to the Early Bronze Age, a red on white pot belonging to the Middle Bronze Age, and a red glossed pot belonging to the Late Bronze Age can be seen at the museum.




The St. Mamas Monastery

St. Mamas was a local Christian saint who lived in the 12th century. The St. Mamas Monastery was first built in Byzantine style. It was rebuilt during different periods and during the middle ages a building in Gothic style was erected. The large central and the monastic buildings date back to the 18th Century. Its entrance and columns were built by the Lusignans on the remains of a Byzantine church.

 
   

 
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