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Pafos Afroditis, Paphos, Cyprus
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Reviewed 5 days ago

this si vertually 5 minutes from the beach free to get in and and its worth a walk around there is a large chapel or church in the middle

Thank Michael R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful church with different services Saturday and Sunday for Catholics. Also used for Anglican services

Thank _edithmmurphy44
Reviewed 1 week ago

Off the beaten track but not far from Paphos Harbour. A truly wonderful Church and pillars of the old Basilica as well as the famed St Peters Pillar. Site is not large and a lot of tourists miss this gem, plan to spend at least...More

Thank David R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing ruins and mosaics and it really isn't every day you can go somewhere where one of the most famous biblical characters actually visited. The ruins are viewed from a raised walkway and there are excellent signs all the way around explaining what you can...More

Thank TheHut
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Saint Paul should have been in Paphos, but the story local guides tell you about his ill-treatment on that pillar is not correct. Nevertheless the site in front of the church is unique and tells much more real stories.

Thank cw f
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The pillar is outdoors in the area of church Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa. Beautiful place. You can walk around and look at on the history.

Thank PinkConverse
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well worth the visit to this amazing church, would highly recommend the visit. It’s believed St. Paul was tied to one of the pillars in the church. A real test of faith .

Thank Justa-Mumma1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It is believed that St Paul was tied to this stone pillar and lashed, so the historic and religious significance of the site and the lovely church are immense. There are ruined buildings and Roman mosaics to be seen from the raised walkways. The site...More

Thank Roganroy
Reviewed 10 July 2018

To some people all they see is building remains, these are nothing more than philistines who have no appreciation of History. This site is simply stunning, Pillars and Mosaics, a church, you need to put some time aside for your visit and remember to take...More

Thank alphonsus10
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

St Paul’s pillar is slightly disappointing but the ruins surrounding it are magnificent and, unlike other archaeological sites in Paphos, have some good clear information about them available. The church is also worth a visit. It does require dressing modestly but there are large scarves...More

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Barnabas and Paul’s First Missionary Journey to Cyprus Acts 13 contains a mere nine verses (5-13) which shed light on the first stage of Barnabas and Paul’s first missionary journey across Cyprus. Yet, using Biblical text... More
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