Architecture

Contemporary Aesthetics meets Ancient Greek Tradition

Christodoulos Galatopoulos Municipal Library

Built in 1946 and designed by the famous Cypriot architect Andreas Christodoulides, it owes its name to the then Mayor of Pafos (1943-1953) and its founder, Christodoulos Galatopoulos. From its earliest years of operation, the Municipal Library has developed an active...

District Governor’s House

This house with colonial architecture is another emblematic building of the city of Paphos. Its front side is on the central Griva Digeni Ave. and the rear is on Neophytos Nikolaides Ave., and next to the Governor’s house is the archaeological museum of the city. It...

Nikolaideio Gymnasium (Griva Digeni Avenue)

The Greek High School of Paphos was founded in 1905 and was housed for years in one of the beautiful neoclassical school complexes on Griva Digeni Street. This stone-built building was built in 1929 and is the oldest secondary school in Paphos. It was built with the...

Archbishop Makarios III, 1st Secondary School

Opposite the Public Garden and Town Hall, among the impressive neoclassical buildings on Griva Digeni Avenue, you will find one of the most historic schools in Paphos. It was founded in 1888 by Telemachos Kallonas and from 1924 it served as a six-grade Gymnasium under...