Byzantine Fresco Museum
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Lonely Planet review
This museumcontains stunning 13th-century frescoes that came to Houston from their home in Cyprus early in the 20th century in a manner not unlike the travels of the Maltese Falcon. A tiny museum with an evocative spiritual energy, it packs a visceral punch.