In Paphos, as long as you see the Harbour direction on the bus, no matter which bus, you can get on the bus to the terminal. Archaeological parks and cruise ships there are must-see places for tourists. If you look at this free attraction, can you still be dissatisfied?
Exploring the ancient and mysterious history——Panaga Krisopolitisa Church The small church above the ruins Our trip in Cyprus left Paphos for a day. The city’s ancient history can be traced back to BC. Many people come here to see the historical sites here. We inadvertently discovered the Panaga Crisopolitisa Church in the planned tour route. Although this church is not popular in the tour guide, when we came here, we were still full of history. The building attracted. It is said that it was built in the 12th to 13th centuries, about 800 years ago. The whole church is more like a ruins. The main body is a few stone buildings. There is a small bell tower on the corner of the building. Seeing the exquisite patterns, they were already very mottled. The unforgettable memory left a deep impression on us. In fact, many of the dumped stone pillars around the church have been severely eroded by the wind. It is not possible to approach them here. Several trails have been built around the stone pillars to the entrance of the church. Tourists You can visit and tour around the trail. The experience of playing here is not very big, it can be used as a supplementary item in the playing route, because it is free to visit, so don't miss it when you pass by.
The surrounding environment of this church is not particularly good. When I went there, there were still couples holding weddings, which made people feel very surprised.
The Church of Chrysopolitisa is located on a small archaeological site in the town. It was built in the 13th century in the Byzantine style!
We found this large Byzantine site with mosaics and pillars, together with very old working church by chance when taking a shortcut to the harbour. It was free to enter which was, presumably, why i...
Beautiful church and free to look around. Wear appropriate clothing when entering church. Still used for services that is good to see. Beautiful features and pictures inside. Well worth a visit
Nice old church in Bizantine style with interesting interior and beautiful archaeological area around it with fine mosaic floors.
we happened on these by accident really everything is just superb and free from the ottoman baths all the way around the walkway so very interesting with signs showing what everything is
As we often do we wandered down a street and happened upon this fascinating site. There is a walkway around the church where you can view the ruins from the earlier church that was previously built on...