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It is worth a visit, we came on a rainy, foggy and we even had some snow. But the Makarius monument has a beautiful garden, special architecture and meaningful story of Cyprus.
The only thing that we missed was some view of the mountains... This...More
The drive alone is worthwhile. Beautiful mountains and beautiful scenery. The bronze statue is tall, about 10m and stands at the front entrance to the monument. The tomb has a sentry stationed there during opening hours and if you are lucky enough you might see...More
The best here is the view.
The church is on the top and is surrounded by new fancy paths with modern mosaic icons. All the complex is created in 2009-2015. Clean and sparkling.
The tomb and the complex are an important place for Cypriots, but...More
The sheer spectacle of this monument, including its elevated location makes this a worthwhile visit, particularly if you're interested in the recent history of Cyprus. Makarios, whether you love him or hate him, is intertwined with the 'liberation' of Cyprus and this monument reflects the...More
After years of searching for it my father and his partner did not believe it existed, thanks to Waze we managed to find the place. What a beautifully kept historic landmark. I can tell you that it is absolutely worth the visit to the top...More
The huge bronze statue is very like thArchbishop if you remember him, take the path to the left and you will come to the entrance to a church. Keep going another few metres and you will find his tomb guarded by 2 soldiers,not for security...More