The ruins of the ancient city of Kurion are located on the mountainous land of the Limassol coastal area on the southwest coast of Cyprus. It was first developed as a colony after the Greek Achaeans invaded Cyprus from the 13th to the 14th century BC. During the rule of the Roman Empire, development reached its peak. It was severely destroyed by earthquakes in the 4th century. In the 7th century AD, after the Arabs invaded Cyprus, they gradually declined and became ruins. The main attractions are: the ruins of the House of Eustolos built between the 4th and 5th centuries AD. Visitors can admire the mosaic floor of the bathhouse; and the ancient Roman amphitheatre built in the 2nd century BC.
The ancient ruins of Kurian is 19 kilometers west of Limassol. It is the archaeological site of Kurion, which is one of the most famous and characteristic archaeological sites in Cyprus. There is an ancient Roman amphitheater that can accommodate 2,000 people.
Then we drove 1 hour to the ancient site of Kourion (Kourion), which is 19 kilometers west of Limassol is the archaeological site of Kourion, which is one of the most famous and characteristic archaeological sites in Cyprus. The main attraction here is the ancient Roman amphitheatre that can accommodate 2,000 people
Well-preserved archaeological site with beautiful murals!
Experience the most distinctive history-no matter how hard it is, the ancient ruins of Kurion will never escape the pursuit of time. Under the control of practice, everything will turn into ashes, a town thousands of years ago He village has now become a group of ruins. Even so, it still has great archaeological value. This is the ruins. When I came to this site, I seemed to see the concrete manifestation of time. This invisible and intangible thing is now displayed cruelly than the total table. This visual impact is self-evident, and it is the most famous here. One of the archaeological sites here must have different characteristics. Although it is a ruin, I think it is still a relatively well-preserved one. At least I can see the appearance of some of the buildings here. It is really shocking to be able to reconstruct these broken walls through imagination and restore the appearance of the time. Not only these broken walls, broken stones and fragments, but also a lot of murals are kept on the stone walls here. These murals are very precious, but unfortunately you can’t take pictures. You can probably get them from the jersey frontal murals It was really spectacular and shocking to imagine the first or two of life at that time. By the way, the opening hours here are from 8:00 to 17:00, and the ticket price is about 70 yuan. It is recommended to play for 2 hours.