In Greco-Roman times the city of Paphos in Cyprus was the island’s capital, and it is famous for the remains of the Roman governor’s palace, where well-preserved mosaics and remains of mosaic houses are a major tourist attraction. The mosaics being an important historical spot, it was especially intriguing to find this abondoned house and a chair inside upon taking the wrong turn on the site when I visited.
Photo by yours truly.
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That was fun! You should do some more posts like this…
Hi Naftali, thanks! Glad you like and I think with the newly introduced “abondoned chair” category, we’ll be posting more of those!