There 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.
The Temple of Apollo was famous for the oracle of Delphi in ancient times. Delphi was also regarded by the ancient Greeks as the center of the world, called the "navel of the world". It is said that three mottos are engraved at the entrance of the Temple of Apollo: “Know yourself” (γνῶθι σεαυτόν), “Nothing is too much” (μηδεν αγαν), “If you take an oath, disaster will come near” (ἐγγύ)
The Temple of Apollo is now in ruins, with only a few stone pillars still standing there, but it was once the most famous oracle place in the area. The saying that this place was considered by the ancients to be the center of the world has the navel of the world, which shows how brilliant it was before.