The Arches is the most known part of the old aqueduct of Larnaca which was built, around 1745, with a donation of Abu Bekir Pasha-transaction utility wholly unusual by a Turkish officer in the Ottoman period.
Today the entire district surrounding area gets its name from the characteristic structure.
The Arches in copperplate draft English magazine in 1878. View from the opposite low hill overlooking to the sea where the British Navy naflochouse occupation of Cyprus. A caravan of camels laden goes to town, maybe coming from Limassol.
In the map the follows, point 31, you can spot the exact site of the Arches Larnaka.