The "Linos" Museum is housed in old Kakopetria, on the street bearing the same name. It consists of three thematic cycles or otherwise modul
The building that houses Linos was rented by Mr. Stelios Alkiviadisin 2000. The latter even began the partial restoration of the building. A few years ago, the Pancyprian Architectural Heritage Organization (POAK), with grants of European funds and in collaboration with the Department of Urban Planning, proceeded with the restoration of the site.
Linos has two rooms on the ground floor and two on the upper floor. In the first room of the ground floor, where the lobby is, the visitor may see the feeders where the donkeys ate. They were placed in this position, so that they the donkeys could be fed after unloading the baskets with the grapes in the main wine press room where the wine was produced.
Moving from the antechamber to the main hall of wine press, one can see a large tank in which all the grape production was placed, as well as a tool - a big lever - which pushed the donkeys with the help of at least two people. This lever, as it went up and down, squeezed the grapes with great force and mashed them. The grape juice then flowed into large jars. In the same room, there was a quality grape processing machine. In the halls of the upper floor, there is photographic material and films showing the history of the Museum as well as "images" from the various thematic circles of the Museum, which, as mentioned above, are: bread, wine and oil.