- Swimming pool
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... used to stand. It was originally built to protect the city’s coastline from Arab and pirate invasions in the 7th century, thus later on the Lusignans simply reconstructed it.
At present, most of the castle is in ruins, but some areas are still maintained and can be explored like the dungeons and towers! ...
... The establishment was dedicated to the God of Medicine, Asklipios, whose priests were famed for their healing skills and extreme dedication.
The Agora in English means market. Agora is estimated to have been constructed in the middle of the 2nd century AD, in a squared structure measuring 95 metres x 95 metres with colonnaded ...
... protect the harbor but was destroyed due of an earthquake in the year 1222.
The Castle was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century.
These days, it serves as a background for the annual open-air Paphos cultural festival, which takes place in September.
... of Dionysus" is mainly due to the many representations of Dionysus, the god of wine. The house most probably belonged to a member of the ruling Roman class or to a wealthy citizen of Paphos.
THE HOUSE OF THESEUS:
At the House of Theseus the visitor can see the very interesting geometrical decorations and the mosaics of "Thesus killing the Minotaur" and the “Birth of ...
... building discovered on Cyprus, measuring 120 x 80 meters (393.7 x 262.5 ft.).
WHEN DARKNESS DOESN'T HIDE...
On his first itinerant mission, as recorded in Acts 13:6-12, the Apostle Paul (along with his companions Barnabas and John Mark) journeyed to Cyprus and visited the city of Paphos. In the 1st-century A.D. when Paul and his fellow-preachers reached Paphos, it would have been a very affluent, bustling port city with many ...