The Μonastery of Agios Irakleidios, a women’s monastery, contains wonderful 13th and 16th century frescoes and the most ancient wooden iconostasis in Cyprus which is ornamented with heraldic historical beasts such as the Byzantine eagle and the Lusignan lion, and with the armory of various Latin knights. Saint Irakleidios, a pupil of the Apostles Paul, Barnabas and Mark, who was ordained by them as the first Bishop of Tamassos, and His tomb dated back to the 1st century has been subsequently credited with the performance of a number of miracles till recently.