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Two colleagues and I took some time one evening while in Larnaca to visit the site of this historic church. It is beautiful. The outside is so well lit and it makes for some great picture opportunities. Would like to have seen the inside.
Visited the Church of St Lazarus following a stay in Larnaca and staying in the square. Very interesting church, with very old icons and the bows of the saint himself. Very peaceful and calm atmosphere inside which you get with Greek Orthodox churches.
I was living opposite this church. And every day has a good opportunity to admire this very old church. It has very strong importance in the Orthodox Religion. The building itself is interesting inside and outside, especially at nighttime. I liked iconostasis, altar and chandeliers....More
You cant visit Larnaca without passing from this special church. Just imagine that st lazarus was buried at the church basement. if you are lucky and there is a ceremony the sound is so amazing and holy that you feel right away the feeling
During my short visit to Larnaca City, I made a long stop in St Lazarus Church. Saw the tomb of the Saint and also his relics, which according to my guide, St Lazarus remains were supposed to have been taken to Italy. But later it...More
I think that is not a problem, because in Larnaca are living Muslims, even the church is Christian, I don't see any problem with wearing hijab. In my opinion the women must cover the head/hair inside a church... More
I think that is not a problem, because in Larnaca are living Muslims, even the church is Christian, I don't see any problem with wearing hijab. In my opinion the women must cover the head/hair inside a church. Traditionally in all Christian icons, Saint Mary has cover her hair/head, wearing a scarf or something like this.... Important is with your behaviour inside the church...hope that my answer can help, I am orthodox Christian, and I visited till now many religios places, muslim as well (the places where visitation is allowed).