Nicosia, known internationally by the Italian name of Nicosia (from French: Nicosie), is the capital of Cyprus. According to Greek mythology, Nicosia siren was one of the daughters of Achelous and Melpomeni its name translates as’ White Substance “.

Limassol is the second largest city in Cyprus and southern Europe. The population amounts to 100 952 residents within the municipal boundaries and 180,000 in the greater urban area.

Paphos is a city in the southwestern part of Cyprus, the capital of the homonymous province and one of the most important ancient kingdoms of the island. Among other things, it was famous as a center of worship of the goddess Aphrodite.

Larnaca, is a city on the southeastern coast of Cyprus. It is the successor city of ancient Kition, one of the most important kingdoms of ancient Cyprus, birthplace including the ancient philosopher Zeno.

Ayia Napa is undoubtedly the most famous tourist resort of the island. Located at the south eastern end of the island and is known for its nightlife. Every year thousands of tourists (mostly young Northern Europeans) traveling in Ayia Napa with the main purpose to entertain strongly, many times and extremities.

The Monastery of Panagia of Machairas or otherwise machairas monastery or even Machairas is a androa monastery belonging to the Church of Cyprus. It is from 5 Stavropegic Temples of the Church of Cyprus and the abbot is Bishop Ledra.

Located in the mountainous region of Marathasa Valley, the Monastery of Kykkos is the wealthiest and most lavish on the island, and stands on a mountain peak, at an altitude of 1.318 metres.

The ancient town of Amathous is situated on the south coast of Cyprus, about 7 km east of the town of Lemesos. Traces of the earliest human presence, dating to the Neolithic period, have been detected during archaeological excavations on the hills neighboring Amathous.

The famous ‘Tombs of the Kings’ form part of the Archaeological Park of Kato Pafos (Paphos) – one of the most important archaeological sites of Cyprus that has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list since 1980.

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