In an experimental stage of history,defined the ancient technique and remaking Bronze Age pottery found in Cyprus.
Coordinating by : Andreas Fasoulides professional ceramist and teacher with the assistance of the ERASMUSINTERN interns.
The workshop is under the auspices of www.cyprusceramicassociation.com with the support of Geroskipou Municipality .
The sea caves of Pegeia and the shipwreck found there is the location where a theatre stage will be set up to host a production with actors from different
Mediterranean countries. The partners involved have already come together in creating a work on everything that unites them and the things that (appear to) separate them. The material for the project stems from the artists’ personal experiences, and the destination is a common future they envision through artistic creation, travelling, migration and peaceful co-existence.
You have a very private and peaceful setting and exciting three level family home that’s a treasure in seaside living. The ground floor offers bright open plan living areas flowing onto expansive terrace offering brilliant views across the project to the seafront panoramic vista. Perfect for entertaining, the terrace spans the whole of the property – ideal for the Mediterranean outdoor lifestyle.
The living area is very wide and offers a set of patio doors connecting to the terrace and a large picture window, your view out to sea. The architecturally designed kitchen offers excellent storage units in white and easy care worktops.
Paphos has gone through a rebirth following bank collapses and a general downturn in fortune in 2013 to become a vibrant new Europeans Capital of Culture in 2017. An amazing feat in only 4 years!
Truly, the turnaround for the city of Paphos has been phenomenal. The rich cultural heritage throughout Cyprus and particularly Paphos spans thousands of years and the many Paphos UNESCO sites in concert with the city’s revival have not been forgotten!
The Central Bank of Cyprus said that it revised its 2017 economic growth forecast to 3.1 per cent in 2017 from a 2.8 per cent growth rate in December.
The Cypriot economy, which grew 2.8 per cent in 2016, is expected to grow at a 3.2 per cent pace over 2018 and 2019.