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The Lusignan – Ottoman House

This 15th century mansion, which has survived down to the present day within the city walls of Nicosia is distinguished by its Gothic arched entrance and arms from the Lusignan Period, as well as by the distinctive mansion or projecting balcony and decorative wooden ceilings added during the Ottoman Period. It is a two storey mansion with a typical internal courtyard and is constructed entirely from dressed stone with the exception of the lath and plaster mansion. Following completion of the restoration work in 1997, the mansion was furnished with authentic furniture from the medieval and Ottoman periods and opened as a museum house.
Address: 1, Yenicami Street, Nicosia


Entrance Fees: Foreign: 5.00TL, Domestic: 2.00TL, Student/Soldier: 2.00TL
Opening and Closing Hours

  • 08:00 - 15:30
  • 08:00 - 13:00
    14:00 - 17:00

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