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Build by Angels!

The church of Panagia (Our Lady) tis Aggeloktistis was built in the 11th century over the ruins of... read more

Reviewed April 21, 2018
Tentative UNESCO World Heritage Site

One of the most historical churches in Cyprus and a Tentative UNESCO World Heritage Site, don't... read more

Reviewed March 25, 2018
George A
Nicosia, Cyprus
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Reviewed April 21, 2018

The church of Panagia (Our Lady) tis Aggeloktistis was built in the 11th century over the ruins of a 5th century early Christian basilica. The interior of the church is decorated with frescoes of the 13th century, icons dated to various periods and the famous...More

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Reviewed March 25, 2018

One of the most historical churches in Cyprus and a Tentative UNESCO World Heritage Site, don't miss it.

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Reviewed March 22, 2018 via mobile

My uncle took me to see as he described as a very old church 17th century I can't be sure however. Beautiful gardens around the church and some really nice historical. Views inside and out . They kind of made it commercial by having a...More

Thank chriso1966
Reviewed February 18, 2018

Beautifully kept, worship has been held since the 5th century and an amazing mosaic in remarkable condition to prove it (you have to look into the enclosed area for the priests to see it). Filled with fine religious artwork and a sense of continuity.

Thank John L
Reviewed January 18, 2018

This is an 11th century church built upon an earlier 6th century church. A must visit if you’re in the neighbourhood. 11th century! The battle of Hastings was in the 11th century!

Thank Bernard H
Reviewed November 7, 2017 via mobile

Beautiful old church with nice garden with kids outdoor area. You can enjoy the place for a walk or for kids activity.

Thank Panayiotis T
Reviewed September 4, 2017 via mobile

Easy to find from kiti on road to mazotos. Plenty of parking. This church which means built by angels was built by the Byzantium in the 11th century. It's full of mosiacs and old icons. Beautifully restored and maintained. We attended a christening there but...More

Thank Sophia P
Reviewed August 25, 2017

Angelokitisti Church extremely pretty surrounded by a lovely park. Inside it is small but very beautiful, ladies particularly cover your head with a shawl and arms if uncovered, just for respect, very photogenic. The Love bus stops here but not for long enough for you...More

Thank kyprosgal69
Reviewed August 10, 2017

The Panayia Angeloktisti Church in Kiti (near Larnaca) is a beautiful little church. The inside seems smaller than you would imagine it to be from the outside. I am not an expert on church things but it was very beautiful and obviously extremely interesting historically...More

Reviewed July 21, 2017 via mobile

We visited with our young children. The church is small and beautiful. You feel that you have really entered a holy site. There a mosaics, some of which are fully revealed, other partly revealed and perhaps in the process of restoration. The Church is set...More

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