The All-Cyprus High School and its associated Library, both founded 1812.
Nearby the Archbishopric of Cyprus
Museum of the Liberation Struggle—or as it is more commonly termed in English, the Cyprus Insurgency. Cyprus went through its nation-building and decolonisation rather late for the European neighbourhood it wishes to be part of, which means it is not as jaded about that kind of thing as most parts of Europe are.
Most of the street names here in the old town pay homage as you would expect to Greek antiquity and Orthodoxy, but Shakespeare, possibly via British colonialism comma gets a walk on heart here. This is Othello St.
Dysdaimona St is nearby.
Yes, of course the Greeks corrected the etymology of the name.