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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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Inspired by sharing

The culture that is shared is that which builds community. We’ve been following the Creative Commons movement for quite a while and their essence is inspiring. What does it mean for you? [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/gpxSyZQBAg%5D

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Culture and networking delight at EIBTM 2010 for Cyprus Tourism

A great day for delight in Travel and Tourism of Cyprus 2010.12.02 – EIBTM, Barcelona. Tourism professionals cast their most enchanting spells in Barcelona for the coming year 2011. By enchantment, the report from the eibtm 2010, reffers to the … Continue reading

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Cyprus Contemporary artists travel- a portrait of Valentinos Charalambous by Fundació Antoni Tàpies

Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, with the support of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus documents Valentinos Charalambous’ journey through his personal biography and artistic career as a ceramist, interwoven with major events of contemporary history. His forced exile … Continue reading

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A cultural reverence to International Peace Day in Cyprus

International Peace day gets a cultural bow from the arts and music to achieve the congregation of plural Cypriot society A cracked landing strip, a ghost city, broken churches, a divided people; abandonment has long stood as a stark symbol … Continue reading

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