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Nikosia, the capital city of Cyprus, is enclosed the wall
which constructed by the Venetians.
Entry was by three gates, one of them is still used today.
The Famagusta Gate
Once the main entrance to the city, the Gate is now a culture center.
Limassol is the second largest town in Cyprus.
Drive westward of Limassol, the most important archaeological sites "Kourion" is there.
The Amphitheatre, high on the cliffs over-looking the Mediterranean.
Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates
Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates is located on the main Limassol-Pafos road.
The cult of Apollo was being celebrated here at the least 8th century BC.
Sanctuary of Apollon
The main atrraction in Pafos is the House of Dionysos,
3rd century Roman Villa, of which some superb mosaic remain.
Sunset view of Pafos Fort
Close to the harbour (old port) lies Pafos Fort, it was built by Turks in 1592.
Next to Cypurus