La Iglesia de San Lázaro o Agios Lazaros (en griego: Ιερός Ναός Αγίου Λαζάρου), es una iglesia de finales del siglo noveno en Lárnaca (Chipre). Pertenece a la Iglesia ortodoxa chipriota, iglesia autocéfala de la Iglesia Ortodoxa griega.
La Iglesia de San Lázaro toma el nombre de Lázaro de Betania, personaje del Nuevo Testamento que es resucitado entre los muertos por Jesús. Según la tradición ortodoxa, en algún momento después de la Resurrección de Cristo, Lázaro se vio obligado a huir de Judea y refugiarse en Chipre. Allí fue nombrado por San Pablo y San Bernabé como el primer obispo de Quitim (actual Lárnaca). Se dice que vivió durante treinta años más y a su muerte fue enterrado por segunda y última vez en donde se encuentra la actual Iglesia de San Lázaro.
Louisa Georgiou | mar. 3, 2018
As far as churches go this is a lovely one to visit. It's beautiful and old and has an intriguing story.
Izzy Mansour | feb. 15, 2018
A very ironic iconic place. A church built in memory of a man who first time around couldn't stay in his grave and second time around was taken from his rest. Well kept and with little compromise to the quirks of tourism. Loved it.
Bernadette Cochonat | mar. 4, 2018
A must see! Amazing decorations inside. Quite a spectacular little church!
amir kassis | mar. 5, 2018
Worth a visit. There is a museum nearby (one euro per person). Make sure you visit the tomb. No shorts (men and women) and women should cover their hair.
Pax Christi | feb. 18, 2018
I love to see these beautiful ancient buildings, loved and cared for, in the middle of a thriving and busy city. There was a church service on, and though people were walking in and out and generally milling about inside, I thought it a bit inappropriate to be doing the touristy thing during their apparent solemnity 😕 Other than that the architecture and history are stunning 😀
Louis Katsouris | mar. 29, 2018
Really old church. Impressive given it's age. There are some tombs nearby and a crypt. Worth a visit particularly if you like Iconoclast art work.
Rowena Cabalbag | abr. 1, 2018
Not so big but nice building. Shops, hotels. And restaurants are around it. Very convenient to all
Christos Iacovou | mar. 25, 2018
A must visit for anyone visiting Cyprus ans very popular with both Locals and tourists. Very nice photo opportunity day and night.
Ben Low | jun. 5, 2018
Beautiful church. Free from entry! Photography allowed. Take note of closing time though
Michel Hilani | may. 13, 2018
A must visit if you're in Larnaca. This church is very important to the region historically, it's beautiful on the inside and the outside. When you go in make sure you go down to st Lazarus tomb, it's down the stairs on your right when you're facing the front of the Church.
Torben Hvolmgaard Sørensen | may. 12, 2018
Majestic city building from outside. Very impressive inside (wear appropriate dressing). Closed in the mittle of the day.
Ramunė Vaičiulytė | may. 26, 2018
Very beautiful and full of gold. If you want to see Byzantic architecture example, so here is it. Also do not forget legend about Lazar, who is patron of Larnaka: he died and woke up, when Jesus called him near the grave. Inside the church there are lots of icons and my favourite is St. George with the dragon.
Mike Chatfield | jun. 24, 2018
Stunning gold friezes & artworks (icons) and loads of them. Also, oddly for a church renowned for its artwork, also some very impressive brickwork in vaulted ceilings. Small church, but well worth a visit
Nayden Marechkov | jul. 1, 2018
Very nice place to visit, during your stay at Larnaca. There is a catacombs under the church, with holly water. And interesting artefacts in the museum. Also souvenir shops next to it.
tala azzam | ago. 14, 2018
The church has a really nice architecture. I love the golden plates inside. They even provide you with red cloth in order to cover if you're wearing shorts
Gary Cope | jul. 22, 2018
Church surrounded by cafes and bars. It is a great backdrop whilst eating lunch without getting ripped off. (If this is useful please give me thumbs up 👍)
Kyri Soupashis | jul. 20, 2018
Beautiful architecture. Feels like your walking in history. Read up about its past and it will make you appreciate it more. There is also the tomb of Saint Lazarus downstairs with a tap coming out to the wall, which I believe is holy water. On both sides of the church there are shops that sell religious items, such as icons, bracelets and crusifix's. The one of the right of the front of the church belongs to the church iteself.
Ken Weetman | ago. 6, 2018
Wow could have stayed for hours here had a wonderful spiritual experience that will live with me for the rest of my life
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