Hilton Park Nicosia
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Not much excavation has been performed at Kition. The foundation of the temple of Astarte is uncovered with a few capitals and pieces of the walls, and there is courtyard with sanctuary and place of sacrifice adjacent to the temple (12th century B.C.). Also, part of the original city walls still stand from the Mycenaean or Achaean settlement (13th century B.C.). ...
... had things that I was waiting to hear from the Lord regarding what I should do, how to do it, and when to do it and I wanted to use the quiet time on the mountain to reach call out to God and ask for him to help me know his answer.
Here are a few of my thoughts, passages that I meditated upon, and doxologies that I gave to the Lord:
“Oh Lord, your majesty is so great in all the earth, the mountains melt like wax before you (Ps 87:5), through all ...
... and I wasn't tempted to buy anything.
The complex is a central commercial point and hosts several art galleries, handicraft and souvenir shops, restaurants and coffee shops.
Open hours: Monday to Friday - 09:00 to 13:00, 16:00 to 19:00.
Remains closed on Sundays. ...
... more. I wanted more knowledge. At that moment I wanted to be blasted with an ray gun full of knowledge of history and politics of the world. I couldn't help but feel ashamed about how little I knew about my own country. I mean you grow up taking social studies and history classes in school, but after those classes are over with then what? I honestly forgot over half the from my history classes, and barely remember about the greek stories in ...
... to begin the Lonely Planet "Stepping Back in Time" walking tour. The museum was excellent, detailing the history of Nicosia and life under British rule. But lacking is recent history. I wanted to learn more about the city’s division along Greek/Turkish lines in 1974 (the “Green Line” drawn on a city map with green ink by a British military commander), but that part of the city’s history was missing from the museum.