Friday, 10 July 2015

Visiting The Ruins of Kourion

In Cyprus, the ancient city of Kurion sits on an impressive bluff overlooking the Mediterranean. Most of the ruins visible today date from the Hellenistic period until the late Roman period. For number crunchers, mark your scorecard from about 300 BC through 500 AD.

Looking toward the Nymphaeum.

Doorway. Mosaic from the gladiator house.

Impressive stadium, fabulous view.

Solitary column. Public baths.

A nice view to the sea from the Basilica.

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