The Cyprus Computer Museum 2022-2023 academic year

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In May 2023 the Cyprus Computer History Museum published its report on the first academic year of operations after the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to the Report, during the academic year 2022-2023 the Museum had:

  • 53 visits from schools with a total of 1134 students and 118 teachers taking part in its educational programs (approved by the Ministry of Education)
  • 5 public events with more than 300 attendees in total.
  • A series of online interviews with great personalities who played an important role in the development of computers and videogames.

The Cyprus Computer History Museum is located at Kyriacou Matsi 60, 1st Floor, 2409, Engomi, Nicosia. A specialised Museum Educational program, featuring a 3-hour workshop and hands-on activities, approved by the Ministry of Education, is available to primary and secondary education students on the Museum’s premises since September 2022.

Visitors can browse the biggest private collection of its kind in Cyprus, comprising of more than 150 different models of home computers, video game consoles and hundreds of peripherals and original software titles from the 1970s to the early 2000s, most of them in good working order.

As part of its corporate social responsibility, our firm is very proud to be a supporter of the Museum, as Nicholas Ktenas is one of the two founders and directors of Retro Computing & Gaming, the non-profit company responsible for operating the Cyprus Computer History Museum and its activities.

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