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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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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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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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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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Ceramics still a gateway to exploring Cyprus Culture

Medieval Ceramics in their Wider Context Cyprus Cyprus explored through Ceramics This symposium should provide a stimulus for all, discovering new keys of Ceramics so as to encourage more communication and cooperation in the further development and understanding of this … Continue reading

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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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Remembering Sylvie’s passage across the Green line 10 years ago

A personal account and first hand witness of the days when the border crossings opened the possibility for renewing with a lost territory. Sylvie participates in the preparations and rush to cross the border with her local friends 10 years ago. The Beginning … Continue reading

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Meet me half way in Larnaka on the International Day of Monuments

Originally posted on Travel Freely:
Do you know how the inside of the Larnaka Medieval Castle looks like? Have you ever visited the ancient Kition or perhaps some of the archaeological treasures in the region such as Choirokoitia Neolithic Settlement,…

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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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