These frescoes have a western influence like other modern frescoes in the churches of Cyprus. The fresco which represents the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in the sprandel of the North Arch is a fine example of a genuine Byzantine fresco.
The frescoes are not the only ornaments found in the Church of Agia Paraskevi. On the icon stand are some fine 15th century icons. The most important is a famous two sided icon. On the one side is the Virgin Mary, the “Gerokipiotissa”, while the other depicts the Crucifixion.
This icon has often been included among exhibits of remarkable Byzantine icons which were sent to exhibitions abroad.