Pottery of different categories, terracotta figurines, coins and metal objects, were found in a well excavated during the Paphos Agora Project, as part of archaeological investigations into what was once the ancient city of Nea Paphos, the capital of Cyprus in the Hellenistic and Roman periods.
President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has affirmed the Government’s resolve to judiciously implement, without delays, the Memorandum of Understanding agreed with the Troika with the overall aim of returning to a sustainable growth path.
The President made the remark during the presentation of the credentials of the new Ambassador of the Republic of Portugal, Joao Manuel Pina Perestrello Cavaco during a formal ceremony at the Presidential Palace.
Anna Mandziak-Fitzgerald received her Masters of Science in Real Estate from Neapolis University of Paphos at the official graduation ceremony at Coral Beach Resort Hotel on 19th September.
The evening saw 367 graduates receive their degrees and was a big success for the University and all students.
We are delighted to announce that Fitzgerald’s new web-site with the same address www.fitzgeraldcyprus.com is up and running.
With a new, innovative and fresh presentation designed and overseen by Anna Mandziak-Fitzgerald, this wonderful web-site is compatible with android mobile telephones.
This is a big step for everyone as more and more people want to search for Paphos properties using their android telephones.
Pristine villa is set on the outskirts of the beautiful, protected, hillside village of Anoyira with its stone houses, cobbled streets, famous winery, and the Byzantine Monastery fill the charming village with the irresistible ‘old world’ charm. Your new home has been designed for comfort in all seasons from the beautiful outdoor covered verandahs to the warm and cosy living space with solid wood floors and fireplace.
In Cyprus, the arrival of August inevitably centers around the annual Cyprus holidays. Paphos is a popular destination not only for the overseas tourist during this time, but also for the en masse pilgrimage from Nicosia to Paphos and Polis. ‘Big city’ exotic cars were plentiful, once again causing the annual traffic jam at the Konia (‘Limassol’) roundabout, which was borne with the utmost dignity by all.