xiaobo_wuThe 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
热爱生活0618The 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.
pxy0705There are many temples of Apollo in Greece, and in Limassol, it is the oldest one, but now there are only ruined walls. Only a few temple buildings are faintly visible, but the grandeur of their glorious period can still be seen. It is definitely one of the most important ancient places of worship in ancient Greece.
渭南松赞干布The Cyprus Museum is small in size, privately planned, and has a rich collection, including stone tools, pottery, bronze sculptures, medieval artifacts, and modern Cyprus historical artifacts after the Ottoman Empire in the 17th century. After visiting the museum, you will learn more about the history of Cyprus.
army wenwenVenus is regarded as the incarnation of the goddess of love and beauty, and it is said that she came by walking in the sea near the goddess of love in Cyprus. Based on this, I think about the scene when Venus was born. In addition, it is said that on the night of the full moon, people who are single can meet true love and those who love each other forever
热爱生活0618The Larnaca Fortress is located on the coast of Larnaca. It was built in the late 14th century and was used as a defensive fortress for the port of Larnaca. The fortress was rebuilt during the Ottoman Empire in 1625. The building is a two-story stone structure.
Petra tou Romiou, also known as Aphrodite's Rock, is a sea stack in Paphos, Cyprus. It is located off the shore along the main road from Paphos to Limassol. The combination of the beauty of the area and its status in mythology as the birthplace of Aphrodite makes it a popular tourist location. The maiden, named Aphrodite, went to the assembly of gods from Cyprus. The Romans widely referred to her as Venus. Aphrodite attracted a large cult following in Paphos, which was eventually crushed by the Romans. This is evident from the Sanctuary of Aphrodite in Old Paphos, Kouklia. A local myth is that any person who swims around the Aphrodite Rock will be blessed with eternal beauty.