Meet me half way in Larnaka on the International Day of Monuments

Posted on 2013/04/17 by

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Do you know how the inside of the Larnaka Medieval Castle looks like?

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Have you ever visited the ancient Kition or perhaps some of the archaeological treasures in the region such as Choirokoitia Neolithic Settlement, Kalavasos-Tenta or the Royal Chapel in Pyrga?

Well, tomorrow you get the chance to visit these 5 sites freely.

The International Day of Monuments and Sites has prepared most of Larnaka’s top sites to be visited for free on this special occasion.  Link to any below to find out Opening and closing times: Enjoy.

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One of the most important surviving Byzantine Monuments in the whole of Cyprus.

One of the most important prehistoric sites in Mediterranean.

Decorated with the first colonial buildings the British Administration built in Cyprus.

Standing proudly at the end of Athens Avenue you simply cannot miss the Larnaka Castle.

A magnificent nature place. The lake is now full of flamingos!

Artistic embroideries and silver housed in a beautiful traditional Lefkara House.
One of the most pleasant entertainment seafront areas of the whole of Cyprus.
Exhibits a fascinating private collection of Cypriot antiquities.

Founded by St. Helena in 330 AD.

One of the top 10 wreck dive sites worldwide

Photography: Larnaka Regional Tourism Board

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