The main extant remains are the relics of the ancient Roman Empire in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. In the four villas of wealthy families at that time, the mosaics on the floor are particularly exquisite. They were only discovered by a farmer in Paphos while plowing the land in 1961, and they have not been dug up yet, and UNESCO is deeply impressed.
The Paphos Archaeological Park is a historical site around the 3rd century AD. It was the residence of several nobles at that time. There are a large number of exquisite mosaic murals on the floor. Among them, the mosaics in the Dionysus shop of Bacchus are the most, very beautiful , Also known as the Mosaic Park, it is worth visiting.
Cyprus-Paphos Ancient Museum, the main existing remains are the relics of the ancient Roman Empire in the 2-3 centuries AD. The mosaics on the floor are especially exquisite. You can feel the typical ancient Greek culture and will involuntarily admire the ancients. Wisdom, those patterns made of monochromatic stones are vivid, and it is also known as the origin of mosaics.
Exquisite mosaic floor! In Paphos, you see a bus showing Harbour direction on the bus. No matter which way, get on the bus and get off at the terminal.
One of the relatively well-preserved buildings so far, there are some Roman columns in it, which are still well preserved. After going there, it gives people an immersive feeling.