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Lempa Chalcolithic settlement

Excavations in the village of Lempa have brought to light an important settlement of the Chalcolithic age. Near the site replicas of five houses from this period have been reconstructed using the same materials and the same building methods used in Chalcolithic times (3900-2500 BC). The Chalcolithic settlement site is a stop on the Aphrodite Cultural Route, about 4 km north of the city of Paphos, near Chlorakas Village and Kissonerga Village.

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