The Leventis Historical Museum of Nicosia revives life in the capital from antique times to the present. It is the most contemporary and urbane museum on the isle. The medieval findings are in the underground room. Upstairs on the first floor are items from 2300 B.C. to the Turkish era. Along with the exhibits are mannequins in Venetian set of clothes and early books about Cyprus, the ground floor focuses on colonial times gone by and the impact of British rule on Cyprus. Lastly there is a video demarcating the city's recent history and its division in 1974. There is a small museum shop in the entrance hall and a coffee shop in the underground room.