Paphos properties? Paphos is a city on the southwest coast of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Populated since Neolithic times, it has several sites relating to the cult of goddess Aphrodite, whose mythical birthplace was at Old Paphos (Kouklia). New Paphos is the modern city that incorporates the harbor, and the ancient ruins of tombs, fortresses, theaters and villas at Paphos Archaeological Park.
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This extensive ruin was once Byzantine Paphos’ largest basilica, and the scattered columns and remnants of once beautiful mosaics are testament to its long-gone grandeur. It probably dates from the 4th century – at the height of Byzantine power in Cyprus – and was destroyed in AD 653 during the Arab raids across the island. At the eastern end of the site is the Ayia Kyriaki Church, which is still in use today for Catholic and Anglican services. At the western end of the site is St. Paul’s Pillar, locally believed to be the pillar where St. Paul was bound and given 39 lashes as a punishment for preaching Christianity. After this he managed to convert the governor to Christianity making Cyprus one of the first Christian states in the world.
Credit rating agency Moody’s expects the major sectors of the Cypriot economy to recover within two or three quarters. In a credit rating report published last week, Moody’s says: “Tourism-related construction activity will likely remain below pre-crisis levels over several quarters, while residential construction will be more resilient. We also expect the performance of the business services sector to be robust. As a result of these trends, we expect a gradual economic recovery in the second half of 2020 and in 2021.” See additional info at https://www.property-canvas.com/.