Ancient cities can be a window into the past of human society and Salamis serves as a reminder of the great cities that existed in antiquity and an indicator of how far we have come in the past few centuries.
Salamis was believed to have been the capital of Cyprus as far back as 1100 BC, in the late Bronze Age.
A large city located on the eastern side of the island north of Famagusta, it survived successive occupations by many dominant groups over the course of its history, including Assyrians, Egyptians, Persians, and Romans, but eventually succumbed to the forces of nature.
Today this site extends over an area of one square mile extending along the North Cyprus coast and inland, revealing a glimpse back into a time whilst still hiding its core, buried and yet revealed.
Places to see - Salamis Ruins, Barnabas Monastery, and Ghost Town.
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