Loutsiana Hotel Apts

Nissi Ave, Ayia Napa, 5340, Cyprus | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Nissi Ave, Ayia Napa, is near Latchi Watersports Centre, Olympian Divers Ltd, and Raptor.
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    Travel Blogs from Ayia Napa

    Kition (Num 24:24; Dan 11:30; Jer 2:10; Ezk 27:6)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 30, 2014

    7 photos

    ... further away from the temple, some residential housing has begun to be excavated.

    Biblical Significance
    Kition is mentioned several places in Scripture but mostly as an allusion to its naval power (Dan 11:30), figuratively to all the distant islands of the Mediterranaean or distant places in general (Jer 2:10; cf. Isa 23:12), or as a principal supplier of lumber for the building of ships (Ezk 27:6).
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    Salamis (Acts 13:4b-5)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... was the preeminent city on the island and a strategic port for the surrounding nations of the Mediterranean. Specifically, in 560 B.C. King Euelthon of Salamis, took control of the island and made Salamis the capital until 411 B.C. Also, it was King Evagoras I (435-347 B.C.), a descendent of Teucer, who introduced the Greek alphabet to the people of Cyprus.

    When Cyprus came under Persian rule in 526 B.C. the kings of Cyprus were granted independent rule, ...

    Monastery & Tomb of St. Barnabas

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... in 45 A.D. Barnabas joined forces with Saul of Tarsus (later to be called Paul) and John Mark and set off on a great preaching itinerary around the eastern Mediterranean area. As Barnabas continued the work of preaching the gospel in Salamis, he was captured in 57 A.D. by Jews who objected to his preaching in the synagogue and he was imprisoned, tortured and then stoned to death by Syrian Jews in Salamis. The Jews attempted ...

    All quiet...

    A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Jul 21, 2014

    4 comments, 11 photos

    Still loafing around Cyprus, spending time on the beach or helping my mate Alex with some building work he does....I'm now not allowed to touch anything glass like.....

    Couple of photos from a trip to a hilltop monastery, none from inside as they don't let you in if you are wearing shorts......It's 39 degrees outside.....
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    Cyprus: Summer 2014

    A travel blog entry by n.saadi13 on Jul 19, 2014

    10 photos

    Dear readers, This year, I've been lucky enough to visit Famagusta (Mağusa) in Cyprus. The experience so far has been great. I am originally half Turkish Cypriot, so visiting this country has been great in the way that I get to meet members of my family that I otherwise wouldn't get to associate with. Although they're strangers, they're all so kind and welcoming. The feeling of community and belonging are one of the many things I love ...