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The Ethnographical Museum is situated at the heart of the old town of Paphos and housed in one of the area’s oldest and finest heritage buildings. Founded by professor George Eliades, the Museum started as a private initiative in an effort to preserve Cypriot culture and art. It has since developed into a full-fledged Ethnographic Museum with many collections, and unique and valuable exhibits. The Museum provides an elegant location for wedding ceremonies and receptions. One of its kind, its unique architectural design and style with gothic arches offers a unique setting for your wedding.
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The Museum provides an elegant location for wedding ceremonies and receptions. If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, if you want your wedding day to be a special and unique experience, reflecting your own distinctive style, we have the answer.
The choice of venue is important in making your wedding day one of the most special ones in your life. One of its kind, its unique architectural design and style with gothic arches offers a unique setting, bringing together a romantic ambience with a sense of the old. It is the perfect place for an unforgettable wedding. Our exquisite venue where culture and history meets love and romance is ideal for your special day, creating a unique and unforgettable experience for you and your guests.
Our services include:
Venue: Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Ceremony and cocktail service
Only the cocktail service
*Our price includes standard decorations, music (play back), a bottle of champagne and a replica gift from the Museum.
How are venue fees settled when booking via BookYourWeddingDay.com?
- If your travel agent makes the booking, the venue fee may be included in your package.
- If you book online yourself, contact the hotel/venue as soon as you receive your booking confirmation to settle the required venue fee.