Church of the Prophet Elias
If the church doesn't look so small from the side, look at it from the back. It is only about two door-widths across.
Before we go inside, let's take a quick look around. The outside of the church is well maintained, and has a fair amount of chairs stacked up. I presume when a service is held here most of the congregation sit outside.
As you can see, the inside looks fairly typical for a Cypriot church. It is amazing what you can squash in to such a small place.
There is even an area for votive offerings. You may recall that wax effigies are used in prayers. Babies for fertility, limbs for a swift recovery. I wonder what a head is supposed to signify though? You can see one perched at the left end of the table.
It looks like the light has a bird's nest in it.