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Limassol 2019

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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Sourp Kevork Church

The church is located near the town centre of Limassol and was built in 1939 on land purchased and donated by Mrs Satenig Soultanian, in memory of her father, Hampartsoum Kevorkian. The first official liturgy took place in 1940 and the consecration too...

St. Catherine's Church

It is a temple with baroque elements, which follows the Roman or Latin rite and was built between 1872 and 1879, and was officially opened on the day of the feast of St. Catherine, on 25 November, with the presence of foreign delegations and Governor o...

Limassol Armenian school

The first Armenian school in Limassol operated in 1928, by initiative of Armenian Archbishop Bedros Saradjian, at the house of Siranoush Avedikian on Zena Gunther street. After the Sourp Kevork church was erected (1939–1940), lessons were held inside t...

Limassol Castle

Archaeological investigation within the castle revealed that it was built over an Early Christian basilica (4–7th century CE) and a Middle Byzantine monument (10th–11th century CE). Other finds beneath the Castle witness the existence of an important c...

Nicos Solomonides

Nicos Solomonides is an indoor arena in Limassol, Cyprus. It is the home venue of AEL basketball team and has a capacity of 2,500 seats. The name was given after a former president of the club. The arena features the club's offices, official club sh...

Tsirio Stadium

Tsirio Stadium is an all seater multi-purpose stadium in Limassol, Cyprus. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of AEL Limassol, Apollon Limassol and Aris Limassol. In the past, especially in 1990s, it was used as the...

Kouris River

Kouris River s a waterway in Cyprus. Measuring 38 kilometres (24 mi) in length, it originates on the south part of the Troodos Mountains, traverses Limassol District, and reaches the sea at Kourion. Not much of the river exists in the lower reaches of ...

Limassol Marina

The shareholders of Limassol Marina Ltd are: Joannou & Paraskevaides Ltd, J&P – Avax S.A., Francoudi & Stephanou Ltd, Cybarco Limited, Limassol Marina Development Company (LMCD) Ltd, Athena S.A. and CADS Holdings Ltd. The designers of Limassol Marina a...

Port of Limassol

Although a title held by Port of Famagusta for centuries, Limassol Port has now become the principal seaport in Cyprus. This was largely a direct result of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 leaving the port of Famagusta within occupied territory a...

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TOP DESTINATIONS

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PLACES OF INTEREST

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HOTELS

1781

CAFES AND RESTAURANTS

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