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A symbol of Paphos rich heritage.
The famed fort's name, Saranta Kolones (forty columns) originates from the fact that the castle was originally built on the base of 40 columns.
The Lusignans built the forty columns in the 13th century, where previously a ...
... 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.
... the island has been promoted as a Mediterranean sun sea and sand destination which attracted mass tourism in large coastal resorts which has been dominated by large overseas tour operators. Whilst visiting the CTO it is clear that Cyprus is trying to move away from the typical traditional sun, sea and sand destination and adopt new tourism activities including sports such as golf, cricket and rugby as well as yachting, a new marina has been developed in Limassol which ...
... AK-47 or similar rifle that is presented to each male on completion of his military service. In this way Cypriots are meant to be prepared to fight at any given moment.
Which gives a sound reminder that even though Cypriots are hugely welcoming to visitors and are happy to show off and share their island with everyone, the pride and solidity of their national identity is not something that they take ...