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Panagia Chrysopolitissa Church

Pafias Aphroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
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Pafias Aphroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fascinating to see the old basilica's mosaic flooring and pillars with this simple but beautiful church set in amongst them. Also worth noting St Paul's Pillar at the entrance. Beware people telling you that he was given a whipping here: he wasn't!

Thank SinBosun
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

There are the remains of 4 basilicas on the site dating from the C4th ce, the C6thce, the C13th-14th ce Gothic basilica, and the C15th-16th Ayia Kyriake which is the latest phase and very much in use. The signage clearly shows which basilica is which....More

Thank Rod F
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

This working church was built over the foundations of an early (4th century) Christian basilica. The mosaics floors from that period are still visible, as well as some columns. Walk around the raised platforms and read the plaques explaining about the site. In one corner,...More

Thank Margaret C
Reviewed 8 May 2017

We walked around this after a trip to Troodus mountains. Very cool and interesting. They make the wine there and it is a very reasonable price too. Very peaceful and a shop there too

Thank chrisiedavenport17
Reviewed 5 May 2017

Roman archalogical site still being excavated You can also attend mass at the church in English at mid-day Sundays and Wednesdays

Thank jwils0n49
Reviewed 4 May 2017

This was on our tour with Eos Travel (rubbish company if you dont speak Russian) it is a fine looking Church and VERY old 9th century. the surrounding area was a let down.

Thank Craig W
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Situated in the heart of kato paphos next to the pilla of St Paul the church is a symbol of architecture of its time . Stone built . Very holy place makes you feel the spirit .

Thank George P
Reviewed 22 April 2017

Hidden off the main road don to the harbour this is an intersecting interlude. Well kept and clean. Beautiful mosaics and serene church,

Thank lindamadams
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Lovely company on board, beautiful church, very well looked after by the locals, worth a see, nice views around outside.

Thank Yvonne D
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

We just found it by chance very interesting and have information in Greek/English. You can walk round and if you like to go into church need to wear the right clothes. Church is Anglican & Roman Catholic.

Thank Chris K
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