“Paphos Cathedral” or “Agia Kyriaki Chrysopolitissa” which is commonly known as “The Paphos Cathedral” or “Paphos Duomo” in Paphos, Cyprus.
The Paphos Cathedral is a historic Byzantine church located in the old town of Paphos. It was built in the 13th century and is considered to be one of the most important Byzantine churches in Cyprus. The cathedral is dedicated to St. Kyriaki, who is believed to have been martyred in the 4th century AD.
The cathedral has undergone several changes over the centuries, and the current structure reflects a mixture of architectural styles, including Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque. The cathedral has a central nave, two side aisles, and a large dome. The interior is decorated with frescoes and mosaics that depict scenes from the Bible and the lives of the saints.
Today, the Paphos Cathedral is an important cultural and religious landmark in Cyprus and is open to the public for visits and worship. It is also a popular tourist attraction, and visitors can admire its unique architecture and learn about the history and culture of the island.