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Church Limassol

The population of Cyprus is quite religious, it is not surprising that the island has an abundance of the most diverse churches. Large number of them are concentrated in one of the tourist centers in Cyprus - Limassol. In this article we have tried to collect the most interesting church of Limassol, which attract the attention of tourists from all over the world.

Church of St. Cosmas

Church of St. Cosmas, located in the suburbs of Limassol - it is one of the newly built Cypriot churches. The erection of the church became necessary when large numbers of residents began to move out of urban areas to the suburbs.

Church of St. Catherine

This is one of the few Catholic churches in Cyprus. It is distinguished by a clever interior, executed in the Baroque style, eclectic design facade and church vaults decorated with frescoes in the neo-Byzantine style.

Panagia Yamatiki

If the transfer of the church of Limassol, this Cathedral can not mention. The peculiarity of this temple is the wooden roof, which safely reached our days through several centuries.

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Temple interiors are richly decorated with frescoes in finely crafted Italian-Byzantine style.

Church of St. Anastasia

This temple complex, consisting of two churches located in the village of Pano Polemidia near Limassol. The most ancient is the eastern domed church, the construction of which relates to the XII century. Church in the western part is made in the same style, but belongs to the XIV century. In the decoration of the temples you can see wall paintings belonging to the XIV-XV centuries.

Church of St. Christina

Located in Limassol, in the center of the county Yermasoyia. This church with a small flat roof several times subjected to restorations, during any one of the murals were discovered XVI century. Today it operates as Ecclesiastical Museum.

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