I was told there was nothing worth exhibiting in a museum. I later discovered two locations with some material of interest.

The first one, was a carpenter’s workshop in the middle of nowhere, locked on the day the owner passed away in 1981. The place was full of machinery and tools exactly in the same state they were left by the late owner.

The second location was a huge circular saw under a corrugated steel shed. The saw was used during World War II, to cut all the wood for the battle of El Alamein. The Pafos forest was almost completely cut down but the battle was won.