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  1. Paphos - Wikipedia › wiki › Paphos

    Paphos is known for its cultural and historical interests, including the Tomb of the Kings, Mosaics, castle and numerous churches, though it is also popular for its festivals and annual events. During September, Paphos holds an annual opera at the Paphos' Aphrodite Festival at the harbor. The castle serves as a backdrop and stage for the ...

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    • Cyprus
  2. Paphos - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia › wiki › Paphos

    Paphos is a city in west Cyprus.It is the capital of Paphos District.In 2018, 63,600 people lived in the urban area.. The town is a UNESCO World Heritage site for the ancient Greek and Roman city ruins.

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  4. Paphos Archaeological Park - Wikipedia › wiki › Paphos_Archaeological_Park

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Paphos Archaeological Park (also Kato Pafos Archaeological Park) contains the major part of the important ancient Greek and Roman city and is located in Paphos, southwest Cyprus. The park, still under excavation, is within the Nea Pafos ("New Paphos") section of the coastal city.

  5. Paphos District - Wikipedia › wiki › Paphos_District

    Map of Cyprus showing Paphos district. The area of the district is 1,396 km², which constitutes the 15.1% of the total area of the island, and the population in 2011 was 90,295. [1] Its coastal area is characterized by gulfs and coves, capes and points, beaches and tiny isles.

  6. Paphos - Wikipedia › wiki › Paphos

    Paphos (Greek: Πάφος, Transliteration Pafos Turkis: Baf), whiles referred tae as Pafos, is a coastal ceety in the soothwast o Cyprus an the caipital o the Paphos Destrict. In antiquity, twa locations wur cried Paphos: Auld Paphos an New Paphos. The currently inhabitit ceety is New Paphos.

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    • Cyprus
  7. Paphos Castle - Wikipedia › wiki › Paphos_Castle

    Paphos Castle is located on the edge of Paphos harbour.. It was originally built as a Byzantine fort to protect the harbour. It was then rebuilt by the Lusignans in the thirteenth century after being destroyed in the earthquake of 1222.

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  8. Lulianos and Paphos - Wikipedia › wiki › Lulianos_and_Paphos

    Lulianos and Paphos (alt. sp. Julianus and Pappus) (2nd-century CE) were two wealthy Jewish brothers who lived in Laodicea in Asia Minor, contemporaries with Rabbi Yehoshua ben Hananiah, and who suffered martyrdom at the hands of the Roman legate.

  9. Tombs of the Kings (Paphos) - Wikipedia › wiki › Tombs_of_the_Kings_(Paphos)

    The Tombs of the Kings (Greek: Τάφοι των Βασιλέων [ˈtafi ton vasiˈleon], Turkish: Kral Mezarları) is a large necropolis lying about two kilometres north of Paphos harbour in Cyprus. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. [citation needed]

    • 32.6883 ha (80.775 acres)
    • 1980 (4th session)
  10. Paphos - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas › wiki › Paphos

    Paphos atau Pafos (bahasa Yunani: Πάφος Páfos; bahasa Turki: Baf) merupakan sebuah kota di pantai barat daya pulau Siprus, tepatnya di Distrik Paphos di mana kota ini merupakan ibu kotanya. Dalam zaman kuno, ada dua lokasi yang dinamakan Paphos : "Paphos Lama" ( Old Paphos ) [2] dan "Paphos Baru" ( New Paphos ). [3]