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Since 1990 archaeological excavations are conducted at the site of Malloura (Athienou) by an American mission (Athienou Archaeological Project) under the supervision of Dr. Michael K. Toumazou.The excavations have brought to light important archaeological finds:
(A) two cemeteries (one from the Archaic to the Roman period and the other from the Venetian)
(B) a settlement (from the Roman to Ottoman Period)
(C) a sanctuary of male gods (from the Archaic to the Roman period) (Apollo, Hercules, Pan etc.)
The more than 2000 objects (including gold) exhibited in the Larnaka District Museum along with thousands of other artifacts from the Ancient city of Golgoi decorating showcases in various museums of Europe and the United States, reveal the rich archaeological heritage of the area.
(Information: 24524002, 24811370)
www.athienou.org.cy / www.athienoumuseum.org.cy
FreeSunday 19 June de 18:00 à 20:00
The archaeological area of Kition consists of two sites: Kathari and Pampoula. It is located within the limits of the modern city of Larnaka. Various finds came to light between the 18th and the 19th century, during excavation work conducted by foreign travelers and tomb looters. One such find is the famous Assyrian stele of king Sargon II, now in Berlin. A plaster cast of the stele is exhibited in the Larnaka Museum.
(Reservations for the bus are required: 22691222 or firstname.lastname@example.org until June 15)
FreeSunday 19 June de 10:00 à 12:15
1097 Nicosia, Cyprus
The A. G. Leventis Gallery was opened in central Nicosia in 2014, fulfilling Anastasios G. Leventis' bequest to make the art treasures acquired during his lifetime accessible to the public. The Gallery is home to three collections: the Paris Collection, the Greek Collection and the Cyprus Collection. Together, the three Collections and the Gallery serve as a landmark for Nicosia and a fitting tribute to the magnificence of our shared European heritage.
How can work of art help us find peace in our souls and reframe our thoughts? How can it inspire our emotions, and provoke feelings of happiness and satisfaction? We suggest a meditation inspired by the paintings of the A. G. Leventis Gallery. Let’s relax and allow the colours, objects and shapes, to take us on a journey to a new world - a world where the power and light of our soul, shapes our reality! It’s time to leave behind our worries and allow the magical world of art take us to new destinations.
For booking: email@example.com | tel. +35722668838
Number of participants: up to 20
*Participants must bring their own pillow or yoga mat.
FreeFriday 17 June de 16:00 à 16:45
Reservations required: +357 22668838 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FreeSaturday 18 June de 10:30 à 11:15 Friday 17 June de 15:00 à 15:45
Holy Bishopric of Tamassos and Oreinis and Byzantine Museum of the Holy Bishopric of Tamassos and OreinisPolitiko village, 21km southwest of Lefkosia
Tamasos was one of the most important city kingdoms of Cyprus, even though the exact date of its establishment and its founder are not known. Located on the left bank of the river Pediaios, in the area where the villages of Politiko, Pera and Episkopio are found today, the large archaeological site has unearthed the temple of Aphrodite, two majestic royal tombs, as well as several smaller ones.
The Metropolis Tamasos And Orinis is one of the oldest dioceses of Cyprus as the first bishop of Saint Heraklidios ordained by the apostles Barnabas and Paul in the year 45 AD
(Reservations required: 22691222 or email@example.com until June 15)
FreeFriday 17 June de 19:00 à 20:30
The Cyprus Section of ICOMOS, was established in January 2003 in accordance with the Statute of the International Council. ICOMOS works for the conservation and protection of cultural heritage places. ICOMOS is a network of experts that benefits from the interdisciplinary exchange of its members, among which are architects, historians, archaeologists, art historians, geographers, anthropologists, engineers and town planners.
The event will take place at the ICOMOS building at 1 Perseos Street, 1016 Nicosia behind the Siliktari aqueduct and the Statue of Liberty.
FreeFriday 17 June de 18:30 à 19:30
1011 Nicosia, Cyprus
Since its establishment in 1984, the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation has developed a wealth of activities, in keeping with the objectives originally delineated for the Cultural Foundation by the Bank of Cyprus. The Foundation’s main strategic aims are to encourage the research and study of Cypriot civilisation in the fields of archaeology, history, art and literature as well as to preserve and disseminate the cultural and natural heritage of Cyprus, with a particular emphasis on the international promotion of the island’s centuries-long Greek civilisation.
FreeSaturday 18 June de 10:00 à 13:00
Mobility issues / wheelchair
The Archaeological Site of Idalion consists of the hill of Ampeleri that functioned as the administrative acropolis of the ancient city of Idalion during the Cypro-Archaic and Cypro-Classical periods (c. 750-310 BC). It lies at the southern boundaries of the present-day town of Dali. To the northernmost part of the site lies the Local Archaeological Museum of Ancient Idalion that functions as an information centre and as the gateway to the Archaeological Site.
(Reservations for the bus are required: 22691222 or firstname.lastname@example.org until 15 June)
FreeSaturday 18 June de 11:00 à 12:00
The Cyprus Institute is a non-profit research and educational institution with a strong scientific and technological orientation, addressing issues of regional interest but of global significance, with an emphasis on cross-disciplinary research and international collaborations.
More information: email@example.com ή 22208754
FreeSaturday 18 June de 11:00 à 12:00