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... further away from the temple, some residential housing has begun to be excavated.
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).
... Istanbul) who then declared the autonomy of the Cyprian church (Orthodox Church of Cyprus) and funded the building of a monastery at the burial site. The monastery was built in 477 A.D. but the present structure was built in 1756 by Archbishop Philotheos after the Ottoman rule. The excavations of the site have revealed the foundations of an early church with two empty tombs, believed to be that of St. Barnabas and ...
... It is a family tavern one of the most popular in Larnaca. Prices are reasonable and the food is excellent.
The second one is To Sieradiko and you will be thrilled not only with the food but the interior as well. You can mention my name in both if you wish. It is on the road that leads to St. Lazarus Church from the beach. Natalie will be more than helpful to guide you if you only ask her.
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... resorts off-season on a Monday and Tuesday night. There were a lot of outdoor cafes, and English-style pubs showing the Champions league matches. Some clubs were still open (although the live music venues didn't have anything going until Wednesdays) and people were out, although mellow. But everyone speaks English well, so it is easy to have conversations and mingle. If it weren't so inconvenient, I would recommend it. Next is:
... wonderful taste of what Cyprus is like...a place I would love to explore more of.
Getting back to our flight here, we had a couple of hours stopover in Dubai and then enjoyed a smooth flight across the empty, barren and moonscape deserts on Saudi Arabia. Our flight path had has heading tantalisingly close to the Suez Canal, but we veered right before we got to see that. We did, however, fly over the Sinai Peninsula and I imagined the Israelites wondering around this ...