Some neighbourhoods, mostly to the east of the city were predominantly Greek, to the west predominantly Turkish with an evenly mixed area around the castle.
The church played an important role in the education of Greeks during the years 1754–1821.
Graves found there date back to 2000 BC and others date back to the 8th and 4th centuries BC.
These few remains show that a small colonisation must have existed which did not manage to develop and flourish.
The following schools operated in the town of Limassol: He showed a particular interest in Limassol and even from the very first days the condition of the town showed an improvement.