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carn1The Carnival is a great popular festival which has been celebrated in Limassol and all over Cyprus for more than a hundred years.

Every year the Municipality of Paphos organizes numerous events in public places.

Paphos is celebrating its title as cultural capital of Europe for 2017, an honour it shares with Aarhus in Denmark and this year’s theme reflects that.

marathonThis year Cyprus Marathon will be held on Sunday March 5 with about 2,000 runners to take part in the four events: the Cyprus marathon, the half marathon, the 10km road race and the 5km fun run.

The event traditionally attracts amateur runners from all over the world, including club and occasional runners.

2113People turned out in their thousands to watch the official Pafos2017 capital of culture inauguration ceremony held at the town hall square on Saturday night.

For the next three years Paphos becomes the official representative of Cypriot culture for the whole of Europe.

imagesΜobile operators in Cyprus have to make some investments to provide services for tourists visiting the country in view of the axing of roaming charges in the EU from next June, Vice-President of the European Commission for the Digital Single Market, Andrus Ansip, said on Friday.

Departing MythologiesThe European Capital of Culture – Paphos 2017, in wishing to honour the great creators of the so-called Second Generation of Cyprus, who played a key role in the artistic development within the island and whose work has had an impact on the international art scene, presents from December 28th until February 28th, at "En Plo" Gallery in Kato Paphos, a major exhibition entitled Departing Mythologies.

8942113 euro money banknotesCyprus’s economy expanded an annual 2.9% in the third quarter and 0.7% compared with the previous quarter, the statistical service said, affirming a previous flash estimation.In July to September, the Cypriot economy grew a seasonally-adjusted 2.9%, compared with the respective period of 2015, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Friday.