amazing site lots to see around this area good places to eat and sight see Mosque was busy but very interesting
The photographs published on tripadvisor for this monument are all wrong. This church is the one on the opposite site of the Lala Mustapha Pasha Square and next to the parking area on the north end of the Venetian Palace. In 1571 it was restored and converted into a mosque by the Ottoman Turks and was named after Sinan Pasha.... More
Nice city centre in Gothic style. Worth to visit when you are there. The Mosque (former Cathedral) was not open to public but a highlight of the city centre visit. When you are in the neighbourhood, worth a visit.
We took a a trip from Paphos to Famagusta with S.A. Coaches some 220 kms from Paphos. Once again we were lucky to have a driver called Andrew who was the best driver. It took a long time to get there with a stop half way. We wanted to see the damage caused by the Turkish troops and the old... More
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