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Enaerios Complex, 28th October & Makarios III Avenue, 56748 3309 Limassol Cyprus
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Description Kapetanios Odyssia
The fourth floor of the hotel is totally devoted to business people. Each room has an office size desk, direct international dialling, TV, pay TV System, air-conditioning / heating, mini bar, hairdryer, plug connection for PC/ fax/ modem, free use of conference rooms upon availability, tea coffee making facilities and safe deposit boxes.
The Hala Sultan Tekke is located in the southern outskirts of Larnaca, on the western side of the Salt Lake.
The mosque was named after Umm Haram, the wet nurse of the prophet Muhammad and wife of Ubada bin al-Samit, one of the highest ranking officers in the army of Caliph Muawiyah. It is believed that Umm Haram came to Cyprus during the first Arab raids (from 647 to 649) and broke her neck when she fell from her mule. She was buried near the Salt Lake and her tomb became a shrine for both, Muslims and Christians.
The mosque that can be seen on the site today was built around 1787 and totally completed in 1816. It incorporates several outhouses, including a selamlik and a haremlik, guest houses for men and women and a cistern. The tomb of Umm Haram can be found behind the kibble wall, several other tombs are also located here. The whole complex is surrounded by a large garden. Hala Sultan Tekke is regarded as one of the most important holy places of Islam.
Admission is free. Opening hours:
Winter (1.11. - 31.03), daily 08.00 - 17.00
Spring (1.04. - 31.03.) daily 08.00 - 18.00
Summer (1.06. - 31.08), daily 08.00 - 19.30
Autumn (1.09. - 31.10), daily 08.00 - 18.00
Tombs of the Kings
Tombs of the Kings is located close to Paphos and is not, as the name suggests, the burial ground for royalty but rather for high officials. The underground chambers, which feature frescoes and columns, are cut out from the rock and date to the Hellenistic period (3 B.C.)
The opening hours are from 8am - 5pm (November - March), 8am - 6pm (April - May, September - October) and 8am - 7.30pm (June - August).
Entrance Fee: 1,70 Euro