Marion Hotel

6 Mariou Street, Paphos, 8830, Cyprus | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 6 Mariou Street, Paphos, is near Tombs of the Kings, Cyprus Museum, Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia, and Ethnographic Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Paphos

Time With the Lord On Top of the World

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 28, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... from me, and I was shattered. I cried to you, O LORD. I begged the Lord for mercy, saying, 'What wil you gain if I die, if I sink into the grave? Can my dust praise you? Can it tell of your faithfulness? Hear me, LORD, and have mercy on e. Help me, O LORD.' You have turned my mourning into joyful dancing. You have taken away my clothes of mourning and clothed me with joy, that I might sing praises to you and not be silent. O LORD my God, I will give you thanks forever!” (Ps 30)
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Agia Kyriaki (Chrisopolitissa) & St. Paul's Pillar

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 26, 2014

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Agia Kyiakis is a 12th-century A.D. Byzantine church. It is not overly impressive, but it does have a large basilica and bishop's palace surrounding it from the 4th century A.D. In the front courtyard of the church there stands a white, 1st-century pillar according to tradition, is the place where Paul was tied and scourged. Of course, there is no historical evidence for this claim but the pillar very well could have been around when Paul was ...

Tombs of the Kings

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 26, 2014

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These graves are not thought to belong to royalty but to wealthy, prominent families and persons. The tombs date back to the 3rd-century B.C. The most impressive tombs are peristyle with Doric columns encircling an open court or lining the entrance way to the tomb. Each tomb was carved out from native rock and typically contained several graves (burial places). Most, if not nearly all, of these graves would have been present when Paul was visiting the city. ...

Paphos (Acts 13:6-12)

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 26, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... in the early 2nd century A.D. and most certainly belonged to very eminent and wealthy individuals in the city. The mosaics have been well preserved and largely intact. The most impressive is found in what is known as “The House of Dionysius” because the god Dionysius is the central figure depicted in the mosaics. Two other villas are worthy of note: “The House of Aion” and “The House of Theseus”. Specifically, the House of Theseus is the ...

Limassol

A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Mar 12, 2014

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... went and the sun came back.

Kurion
Still heading west our next stop was Kurion. Even more ruins here and Jayne opted out of this one. I limited my visit to seeing the amphitheatre which had been restored. It's position on a hill top overlooking the sea was amazing. The curving coastline reminded me of Chesil Beach in Dorset.

Petra Tou Romiou
We followed the coast road toward Paphos and it rained again this time very hard. We passed the ...