Soli Ruinen

Soli Ruinen ulasan, Lefke


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Buruk
2
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nsander219
Chelmsford, UK535 kontribusi
Apr 2022
We combined this with a visit to Vouni Palace as both are near each other. This is a mixed site with a Christian basilica mostly foundation level with mosaics that have been protected with a canopy overhead. There are walkways so you can get really near to it all with information boards explaining everything. There is one good swan mosaic in the church, the rest of the mosaics are nothing special, and look in need of a good clean (as somebody said below).

The walk up the steps to the amphitheatre is worth it too although this has been heavily restored. The views of the Bay are good from the top.

You do wonder if there is more to uncover.
Ditulis pada 11 Mei 2022
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Ozgur
Istanbul, Turki8 kontribusi
Okt 2021 • Pasangan
There is a collapsed church with ground mosaics and a renovated theatre in good condition in the upside. Good to feel the historical athmosphere with a sea view.
Ditulis pada 3 November 2021
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zuni P
Lagunitas, CA673 kontribusi
Feb 2020 • Sendiri
There almost nothing here
I actually thought it was a good spot and took a taxi
So so not worth it
Very disappointing but nice drive
Ditulis pada 27 Februari 2020
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Ann H
York, UK1.891 kontribusi
Nov 2019
We combined this with a visit to Vouni Palace as both are near each other but a long drive from where we stay in Northern Cyprus. This basilica dates back many centuries with some fantastic mosaics that have been protected with a canopy overhead. There are walkways so you can get really near to it all with information boards explaining everything. The walk up the steps to the amphitheatre is worth it too although this has been restored.
Ditulis pada 18 Desember 2019
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Selvaratnam A
Kyrenia, Siprus168 kontribusi
Okt 2019
First time in Lefke. Visited the ruins. Amazing place to see the ancient architecture and wonder how they did it.
Ditulis pada 12 November 2019
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Rod F
Royal Wootton Bassett, UK2.057 kontribusi
Nov 2018
Much as I was disappointed with my visit to Salamis, this site was thoroughly disappointing. The theatre has been so over-restored that it looks more modern than ancient. With the exception of the lovely swan mosaic in the church, the rest of the mosaics are nothing special, and look in need of a good clean. The covering roof is also an eyesore.
Ditulis pada 29 Agustus 2019
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Traveller666
Mons, Belgia750 kontribusi
Agt 2019 • Keluarga
Two sites in one and there is history to read at the basilica, which is under cover for preservation but also keeps you out of the sun for a bit.

When you have viewed the basilica there is a walk up some stairs to the amphitheatre. This is nice and has good views over the sea... Be aware the sides are sheer drops so hold onto kids
Ditulis pada 5 Agustus 2019
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Keith70
Worksop, UK654 kontribusi
Jun 2019 • Pasangan
The ruins are protected by a roof but apart from some mosaics were nothing special. Even the floors could do with a good clean so you could see the mosaics more easily. ther is an easy climb up to the restored amphitheatre with great views from the top.
The old Copper Mining Staging which is visble from the top was far more interesting.
Ditulis pada 22 Juli 2019
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Patricia G
Worcester, UK1.032 kontribusi
Apr 2019
Soli's famous mosaic floors with their single, graceful swan at the centre, really do deserve a better covering than the eyesore roof erected over them. The structure looks more like a cattle market than a building to protect a precious artefact. The mosaics have faded and the cement securing them is crumbling, but they are impressive enough to be worth a visit. Sadly, if you climb up to view the Roman theatre remains, built on the site of an earlier Greek theatre, the eyesore roof is clearly visible and mars the original view of the seascape. Whatever were planners thinking when they designed that structure? Not aesthetics, for sure. Nevertheless, this is an interesting and important site in the history of Cyprus. But it's not up to the standards of Salamis at the other end of the island (Turkish Cyprus) which really does fire the imagination.
Ditulis pada 7 April 2019
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ESMAIstanbul
Kazandere, Turki292 kontribusi
Mar 2019 • Pasangan
We visited these ruins on 10th of March in 2019. History of city is going back to 11th century BC. It has become an important Ortodox center during the early ages of Christianity. We could only see the ruins of church and theater. The church has gone through many constructional periods. 12 columns have separated the 3 naves. The big columns are lying on the floor. The church is decorated with two diffrent type of mosaics. Geometrical shapes and animal,bird figures. The swan and vines are admirable.
The Roman theater has been built on top of the remains at 2nd century AD. The theater faces to the Mediterranian sea. The capacity were 4000 .
Ditulis pada 20 Maret 2019
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