The tomb of King Paphos, located on the seaside and next to the Mediterranean Sea, is a delightful place for tourists to take pictures, with a touch of tomb Raider. It is strange that a ship was abandoned at sea not far from the Royal Tomb because of the storm and the high cost of shipping it was abandoned at sea
This royal tomb has a history of more than 2,400 years. It is the underground tomb of the ancient nobles in Paphos and a historical site full of mystery. In fact, the real Paphos mausoleum is not here, just the tomb of the nobles at that time, but its scale is comparable to the mausoleum, hence the name, and the real mausoleum may have disappeared or has not been found.
Pafos (Pafos) is located in southwestern Cyprus. It was turned into ruins by an earthquake in the 12th century. In 1962, when a farmer was farming the land, he accidentally discovered the ruins and rocks here, which made this ancient civilization of mankind reappear after being silent underground for more than 1,600 years, and also made the ancient Roman Empire bloom again in Cyprus. The glory of history.
This is a must-see place when you come to Cyprus. The so-called royal tomb is just a matter of translation. It is a cemetery for the Greek nobles of Cyprus. It is built on the cliffs of the coast. Compared with the population of Cyprus, this royal tomb has a project scale, beautiful architecture, and sculpture Art is worthy of respect.
In fact, the Paphos Tombs were not the king’s tombs, but were the tombs of the nobles at that time. Because its specifications were comparable to the royal tombs, it was called the Paphos Tombs, but the real royal tombs have not been found yet. This is a world cultural heritage site. The attraction is not very big. You can go down a few pits. The inside is gloomy. The whole attraction is just me. Although it is morning, entering the tomb is still a bit shuddering. Compared with the hot weather outside, Inside, there are gusts of wind and wind, but the overall structure is a Roman-style column, which is very delicate to appreciate carefully, and it is one of the few to retain a more complete Greek style. You can see the Aegean Sea in the distance, here is a must-see in Paphos