The Royal Tombs of Salamis
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One more sight which is described in the Iliad is ancient Royal Tombs of the
Fortunately the people at the monastery knows where the Royal Tombs of Salamis is - they are just down the road from the monastery in what seems to be a insignificant little lot with a tiny shed which actually housed the museum of the Royal Tombs. The museum is not all that interesting but I might as well have a look around.
The tombs are not all that significant over ground level but there is a bit to look at underground. Including a few skeletons of old horses. It is a bit interesting to go and have a look because I had seen some of the old artifacts from the grave
After the last visit to the graves I go shortly back to Farmagusta to have a quick look inside the main mosque and then it is time to leave the occupied zone of Cyprus - or the Republic of Northern Cyprus depending who you ask about the status of the area.