Limassol Before & After: A Rare Photographic Comparison

Starting from the well-known Ayiou Andreou street, passing by one of the biggest shopping areas, Aneksartisias street, stopping at the famous Saripolou street and heading towards the long Limassol promenade, this article brings an amazing comparison of how Limassol looked a couple of years ago and the way it looks like nowadays.

Through a rare photographic comparison, one can pinpoint the development the city undergone through all these years. By receiving a considerable amount of emphasis through the deployment of various new projects and developments Limassol managed to nowadays act as an absolute hub on the island.

Heading from Anexartisias street towards Pentadromos street

Heading from Anexartisias street towards Pentadromos street

Limassol District Administration in Aneksartisias street

Limassol District Administration in Aneksartisias street

Limassol Town Hall

Limassol Town Hall

Pantanassa Catholic Church

Pantanassa Catholic Church

Ayiou Andreou Street (EAC Headquarters)

Ayiou Andreou Street (EAC Headquarters)

Old main post office across the Town Hall

Old main post office across the Town Hall

Ayiou Andreou Street (to the left of Ayia Napa church)

Ayiou Andreou Street (to the left of Ayia Napa church)

Limassol promenade (Molos area) – Hotel Continental

Limassol promenade (Molos area) – Hotel Continental

Ayiou Andreou Street

Ayiou Andreou Street

End point of Anexartisias street towards Limassol promenade

End point of Anexartisias street towards Limassol promenade

The old market

The old market

The Old Post Office

The Old Post Office

From Catholic church towards the central bus station – The old market

From Catholic church towards the central bus station – The old market

Pentadromos Before and After

Pentadromos Before and After

Saripolou Square

Saripolou Square

The courtyard of Ayia Napa – Opposite from EAC Headquarters

The courtyard of Ayia Napa – Opposite from EAC Headquarters

source: Heart Cyprus

Photos retrieved: Andreas Hadjiandonis