Above the tomb of Saint Neophytos, to the left side, is found the wall - painting of the Crucifixion. At the north wall there is a shallow niche where Virgin Mary is depicted seated on a throne holding Christ surrounded by two bishops looking on the opposite direction. Saint John Chrysostom looks to the left towards the Crucifixion and Basil the Great on the right appears looking towards the Resurrection.

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''Charadrion'' is called the stone bed of Saint Neophytos to denote the hard surface with no mattress. On the north wall two small niches served as a place to put his ink-pot and feather. This space was painted with colored circles and Crosses. His office is covered with a marble slab and has an arched opening in front and at the back.

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Founded around 1200 by Cypriot recluse and writer Neofytos. The ‘Enkleistra’, a cave that the hermit carved out of the mountains, is covered with some of the finest examples of Byzantine wall painting that date to the 12th and 15th centuries.

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Christ washes the feet of His disciples as a proof of love towards them. It is Peter's turn but he refuses, so Christ responds with the following words : " If I don't wash your feet , you will not be able to follow Me " . Peter removes his sandals. This scene belongs to the "Passion Cycle ". It was renovated in 1503 A.D . The scene is found on the upper zone of the wall-paintings inside the Naos of the Enkleistra.

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Christ is having His Last Supper with his disciples before the Crucifixion. Judas is seated opposite Christ and attempts to catch the food from the table. It is a scene from " The Passion Cycle ". The wall - painting was renovated in 1503 A.D . It is found on the upper zone of the wall - paintings inside the Naos of the Enkleistra.

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On the wall - painting Christ is depicted wearing a brown chlamys, highlighted with a web of yellow brushlines. Christ raises Adam holding him with his right hand while in his left he holds the Cross. Christ stands on the broken crossed gates of Hell . Adam wears a grey chlamys and has white hair and beard while Eve is wearing a red garment which covers her raised hands. On the right, behind the pink sarcophagus, Saint John the Baptist is depicted dressed in a brown chlamys, Prophet David with a blue chlamys and a crown, while Prophet Solomon with a purple chlamys and a crown. The wall - painting is found inside the Naos above the entrance of Enkleistra to the left.

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In the spandrel above the entrance to the Enkleistra (Narthex), the Annunciation of the Virgin has survived in a good condition. On the left are depicted Saint Peter and Saint Gregory the Theologian and in the nearby niche Saint Gregory Bishop of Nyssa. On the right are depicted Saint Paul and Saint Savvas, while on the north wall we can see Saint Nicholas.

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