The city could be divided into four main districts, being the port, the marketplace, the cathedral square and the castle.
High Middle AgesEdit
In 1191, the city of Limassol was under control of the Templars, who ruled the populace with an iron fist. The supreme ruler of Limassol – along with much of Cyprus – was the Grand Master of the Templar Order, Armand Bouchart. Because of his oppression, "people [were] afraid to leave their homes in fear of breaking some obscure new law."
Later on, in 1193, Altaïr and Maria Thorpe held their wedding in Limassol.
In late 1510, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze sailed to Limassol during his pilgrimage to Masyaf, on a ship owned by Ma'Mun, after he had received a map of the island that was drawn by the Ottoman cartographer and Assassin, Piri Reis. Later, during his stay, Ezio rediscovered the mostly destroyed Templar Archive, located beneath the ruins of Limassol Castle.