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Lempa Chalcolithic Village

| 4 km north of Paphos, Paphos, Cyprus
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It looks interesting but it was closed when i arrived approximately 9am or a little later.There's... read more

Reviewed April 24, 2018
ianchamberlain3981
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Interesting site

Fascinating small site and free. The information panel tells you all you need to know about the... read more

Reviewed December 20, 2017
soul_man_dave
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Bude, United Kingdom
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“coast road” (2 reviews)
“coral bay” (2 reviews)
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| 4 km north of Paphos, Paphos, Cyprus
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Reviewed April 24, 2018 via mobile

It looks interesting but it was closed when i arrived approximately 9am or a little later.There's so much history in the area.May i suggest someone adds any opening hours to the gate please.Enjoy the photographs.Im staying locally until 06.05.2018.thanks.

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Reviewed December 20, 2017

Fascinating small site and free. The information panel tells you all you need to know about the site and the reconstructed houses. Nice peaceful setting too. Not far from Paphos heading north.

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Reviewed June 21, 2017

We arrived to find a sign on the gate saying the site was closed. Luckily the site is so small you can see it all from the fence. Even though we were a little disappointed to find it closed we still actually enjoyed the walk...More

2  Thank John N
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Reviewed May 31, 2017

There is a single information board at the entrance which explains the site quite well. The objects found here are displayed at the national museum in Nicosia, and include the fertility figure known as the Lady of Lempa. Only the foundation walls of the village...More

1  Thank Rod F
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Reviewed October 20, 2016

Here you can see experimental archaeology - the reconstructed ghouses are helping archaeologists understand how these structures degrade with time, fire etc. More information would be helpful in really understanding what is there.

2  Thank john e
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Reviewed July 12, 2016

Lempa-Lakkoi, as it is called on the signposts, is one of three Copper Age villages excavated in this area. It is worth visiting for three reasons: 1. Very few countries in the world have anything to see from the Copper Age 2. It has excavated...More

4  Thank Stephen C
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Reviewed June 30, 2016

Not far off the Paphos to Coral Bay road and you can take a car to it, or walk up from the main road, really interesting site free entry, the Archaeologists have re-constructed the site to what it would have looked like, whilst leaving the...More

3  Thank Wil F
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