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... the route back to Karaman in the reverse direction. Three hours after we started we were back in Karaman at 11am. Decided to wander round the village and came across a community artists studio, anyone who wants to have a go painting can use it. There was one chap inside painting a watercolour who invited us in and we spent a pleasant 20mins chatting to him. Continued our walk around the back lanes of the village before then slowly heading back ...
... eventually gained its independence from Britain on August 16, 1960, however Cyprus Independence Day is commonly celebrated each year on October 1.
April Fool's Day
Most of the world recognizes this day as April Fool’s Day.
Tradition says that we can fool each other with lies. There are lies written even in Newspapers and on TV. Jokes ...
... the 11th and 15th centuries. So distinctive are the various periods that the church could be considered a museum of the progress of Byzantine art in Cyprus.
On one of the icons there is painted a small piece of paper. On this paper there is the story of a Russian friar, called Vassily Grigorovitch Basky. He was touring Cyprus and while here visited the monastery ...
... of tradition.
The suite enjoyed a really big balcony that overlooked the old village and the slopes (a breathtaking view) while the sound of the waters below made the stay memorable. (The sound of waters and birds can be heard throughout the village as you take a stroll). You rarely come across such divine country-like accommodation and I had really missed it. My previous visit here was some years back where I spent 8 memorable nights with my husband enjoying ...
The Foundations of the houses!
In this village I have spent great holidays when I used to live in Cyprus.
We would visit Kakopetria at least 4 or 5 times a year and I consider it one of
the most beautiful villages of Cyprus.
The fact that it combines perfectly the old and new element ...