Museum of Mycenaean Colonization of Cyprus
Cyprus, Coral Bay

The Mycenaean Colonization Museum of Cyprus was opened in Coral Bay in 1996. The museum building was designed by Italian architect-architect and professor Andrea Bruno. The main concept of the project was to keep the environment as intact as possible, so the building is an underground structure with an outer bronze dome. Under the dome is a round underground exhibition hall. The contents of the museum are currently being revised.
Inside the museum there is a small exposition telling about the various Cypriot settlements of the Bronze Age: various photographs, drawings and explanatory texts for them.
A modest range of exhibits can be offset by several points. Firstly, the museum is always cool. Secondly, you will probably be interested in the local daylight system, created thanks to the mirrors.

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