Museum

Kamares Aqueduct

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Fadi
Fadi
August 2, 2021
This beautiful 18th century aqueduct can be found on the road heading towards Lemesos (Limassol) in the area of Kamares, which takes its name from the distinctive arches (‘kamares’ in Greek).
Fotini
Fotini
January 22, 2018
Centuries-old landmark structure

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Museum
“Housed in one of the old 1881 Colonial buildings on Europe Square (at the start of the Foinikoudes promenade), the Municipal Art Gallery regularly hosts thematic exhibitions featuring a wide range of artists from the island, as well as abroad. Exhibitions are displayed across four interconnecting halls and often include sculptures and modern constructiions alongside paintings. The gallery's permanent collections of paintings consist of pieces by Cypriot and other artists, representative of contemporary artistic talent on the island.”
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Point of Interest
“Located at the end of the Foinikoudes promenade, the Medieval Castle of Larnaka (also referred to as Larnaka Fort) is believed to have been originally built during the Middle Ages, and took its present form during Ottoman rule, although there is some contestation regarding its origins. Chronographer Florius Boustronius dates it to the years of Lusignan King James I (1382-1398AD), who built it to protect the harbour of the town. During the same time, the Genovese occupied Famagusta and the Lusignans had to develop another major port for the needs of their kingdom. 18th century sources insist that the castle was built by the Turks in 1625AD, even though a Turkish garrison was stationed there ”
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Establishment
“6 screens with up to date movies. Large comfortable seats and a Flannigans Bar next door”
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“Brilliant bakery and on-site café. They also sell fresh home cooked foods to take away! ”
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“Great SCUBA diving school that also do tours to the world famous Zenobia ship wreck in Larnaca bay.”
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