Strowolos is a city with ancient roots and mainly modern buildings. There are several noteworthy churches here.
The cemetery discovered in Strowolos comes from the ancient period. In the Middle Ages, there was a palace here, where the then rulers of Cyprus used to rest. It functioned until the Turkish occupation, when Strowolos became an agricultural and pastoral village. At that time, the Orthodox Church of St. Maria and Jerzy, which has survived to this day and is the oldest monument in the city.
Currently, the city has mainly service functions and is the accommodation base for nearby Nicosia. There are shopping centers, arcades with restaurants and bars, and streets with shops. There are also several churches, such as the Church of St. Barnabas, Ayia Sofia or Agios Dimitrios.