Maritsa Lodge Kakopetria
Travel Blogs from Kakopetria
... barrels to the building site, which was a very long job because the men had to walk slowly and with great care.
Even now if one looks at the basements of these houses will see these barrels. This is because it is impossible to remove the jars without breaking them or without pulling the whole house down.
(The wine from this area was in great demand from countries all over the ...
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 the island.
The fact that it combines perfectly the old and new element makes it even more interesting. Unique in its architecture, is like a huge, open-air museum.
The Old Village looks more beautiful in the evening.
There is nothing that can keep me indoors after sunset in this amazing and so rare neighborhood.
Lit only by the street's lamp-posts, ...
... friends and family members go on throughout the day.
I remember an incident with my students in Greece many years back when very seriously I announced the class that I was appointed to teach at a school in Cyprus and I had to pack and leave the following week. Just trying to see their reaction. I even went on telling them that I have already found the ...
... 8211;probably in the middle of the 19th century. There were Turkish bandits who travelled in groups, raiding and destroying places where valuables were to be found.
TIP: Taking photos in the interior of the Church is Strictly prohibited. You can spot the notice on the iconostasis. The permit I had however, allowed me to take several photos of the interior which I share with you.
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