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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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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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Limni Bay development not at any price

To the Cyprus Minister of Internal Affairs Mr. Socratis Hasikos & the Shacolas Group Stop the environmental encroachment for development of THE LIMNI SITE by the golf course and villas complex Petition | Cyprus Minister of Internal Affairs Mr. Socratis Hasikos … Continue reading

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Pootling Along on a Summer Breeze

Originally posted on Androula's Kitchen – Cyprus on a Plate:
The headline sounds a bit toad of Toad Hall ( Wind in the Willows ) but that sort of sums up my past few days. We have been lucky…

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Good news never comes alone

Originally posted on Travel Freely:
Warmth, Generosity and Hospitality Yes, you’ve guested it. Easter in Cyprus. And there isn’t any other season, no other singular event  which embodies better these 3 ingredients for those vital and indispensable moments of bliss. We live…

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The desire to meet you halfway in creating vital experiences

The Echo can be heard but it’s quite another reading freshly pressed account of vitality from a return visit to Cyprus. Emma French Returns from Cyprus and admits “of course, there are purely pragmatic reasons to head to Cyprus. The … Continue reading

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#Cyprus social mentions surpass the 1.000.000 mark in the eye of the storm

It’s to be thankful for the rock solid foundations of the island of Cyprus as it stood firm in the eye of the storm on Twitter last fortnight. It’s undeniable that the most reliable medium and the most adapted for … Continue reading

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Kissonerga-Skalia Pale Ale – brews of the past

A legacy of beer-making entrepreneurs from the bronze age The excavation of the malting kiln with associated sets of tools and artifacts reveals an acquired taste for beer making in western Cyprus dating back to 3,500 years ago. The excavation … Continue reading

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The unresolved dignity in conflict resolution

The change and experience that speak for itself – New perspectives and view points in community re-building in Cyprus

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European Heritage Days of the Future – Are we There Yet?

The Heritage Days in Review was a report published in 2010, a paper reviewing the European Heritage Days and which centrally sustained the validity that European Heritage remains a force for Good in contemporary democratic Europe where defense of human … Continue reading

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