St. Lazarus Church is located in the center of Larnaca. It was built during the Byzantine Emperor Leo VI in the 10th century. The church was built entirely of stone and has a complex structure. It has three halls. The original three domes have been damaged. The bell tower It was rebuilt in the 19th century. The crypt of St. Lazarus is buried in the basement of the church. St. Lazarus came to Cyprus in 33 AD and became the first bishop and patron saint here. The current church was built on the remains of two earlier churches.
The Saint Lazarus Church in the center of Larnaca is regarded as one of the most precious cultural heritage of Larnaca and Cyprus. It is said that after being saved by Christ in Israel, Lazarus came to Cyprus, where he became a bishop for more than 30 years, and was buried in the Saint Lazarus Church after his death. You can visit the underground.
The Church of St. Lazarus is the best-preserved church in Larnaca. It has a history of more than 800 years. The architectural style of the church is full of the characteristics of the Byzantine period. It is very calm and atmospheric. The interior of the church is also very luxurious. Although it is old, But it still vaguely shows the style of the past, it's worth a look.
Due to a time calculation error, I can only leave Canara with 2 hours. Interestingly recommended on this church guide, and I want to take wedding dresses in this church, so I chose here. There are not many people in the church. The devout believers are kissing their Lord and Our Lady. We are wearing wedding dresses and posing in the church. I don't know if it feels very disappointing. It takes about an hour to drive from here to the capital Nicosia. At the entrance of the church is a coffee shop, quite petty bourgeoisie.
Free tour, it is recommended to borrow a car and drive by yourself, the scenery is very good, and there are sea views when going out