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About Cyprus.Diversecity

Culture is made and thrives on diversity, my aim is to look at it as it enhances our capability to be more open.

Glass Works – Art en Route

Glass with some second thoughts Cyprus Art finder Maria Etheridge (a.k.a Art en Route) encourages to have a second look at glass-makers’ workshops and experiencing the process of creation on a post at Art en Route to spark our interest in … Continue reading

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Message to the Cyprus Tourism Trade

Originally posted on Travel Freely:
Cyprus Re-find yourself! Shine as the hub that you have always been. Jean-Claude Baumgarten, Chairman and CEO of CREWE Associates, and former President of the World Travel & Tourism Council, is adamant in his resolve…

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Commandaria wine – l’incontournable of Cyprus Wines

Originally posted on Travel Freely:
Cyprus Inspired taste of Wine ‘Anama – a naturally sweet wine made from sundried grapes. A contemporary concept based on the foundations of the oldest historically recorded wine in the world, “Kyprion Nama”, and its…

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Cyprus Tourism digital content on request, collaborative and crowdsourced

Originally posted on Travel Freely:
Cyprus Tourism awakens to the need for collaborative and crowdsourced content: To your cameras People!! A photography competition for the purchase of photographs from residents to be used to promote the island as a tourist…

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Zambartas, Vins de Chypre C’est quoi ça? Réponse á tout!

Originally posted on A Nature of Wine:
Dans un Français fluide l’ oenologue et propriètaire Akis Zambartas fait une mise au point avec Benoit Gaboriaud sur les points forts de Chypre. “Le vignoble chypriote est le seul en Europe qui…

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Cyprus in Cambridge

Originally posted on University of Cambridge Museums:
At the beginning of the summer, Anastasia Christophilopoulou at the Fitzwilliam Museum embarked on a project of locating, identifying and reviewing material from Ancient and Medieval Cyprus throughout the University of Cambridge Museums.…

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Campaign review

Originally posted on FutureBridge Cyprus:
From September 4 to October 3 2013 we ran a fundraising campaign on, one of more than 40 crowd funding sites that have emerged in the last five years.  This blog is a review…

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POETRY AND WINE – The God of the Grape

It is poetry today that is best placed to delve into the sacred soil and divine providence of the vine, describe the uses of wine as a release from the everyday and as an aphrodisiac, and explore our complex and … Continue reading

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La préservation du patrimoine culturel – une lutte sans fin

Blog Re-Post: un témoignage pour Chypre Le gouvernement néerlandais a saisi quatre icônes volées à un monastère dans le nord de Chypre et les remettra aux autorités chypriotes, selon Walk of Truth, une organisation qui milite pour la préservation du … Continue reading

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Transforming entrepreneurship yet again

Originally posted on Open Cyprus in Europe:
Transforming investment mechanisms for sustaining innovation and entrepreneurship: creating community as a FutureBridge FutureBridge in Cyprus is a new social venture. As pioneers we will seek to create the conditions that will nurture…

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