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Pedoulas (Greek: Πεδουλάς, Turkish: Pedula) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located at an altitude of 1 100 m in the Troodos Mountains, 4 km south of Moutoullas. The name is derived from the words pediada (valley) and laos (people).
Pedoulas is known for its 12 churches, varying from a 15th-century chapel to a 1930s cathedral. The most important is the Archangelos Michael (Archangel Michael) church, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with nine other Painted Churches in the Troödos Region.
Pedoulas has two museums: the Byzantine Museum, opened in 1999, and the Folklore Museum, opened in 2005.
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