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  • Paphos

    As the capital of Cyprus for 600 years in antiquity, the archaeological legacy of Pafos (Paphos) is such that UNESCO put the whole city on its World Cultural Heritage List. 

    A wide selection of accommodation is on offer in the city, ranging from luxury beachside hotels with every amenity, such as health spas, conference centres, fresh and salt-water pools and exotic gardens, to a variety of hotel apartments for the budget-conscious.

    Admire the intricate floor mosaics in villas dating back to the Roman period depicting scenes from Greek mythology, considered among the finest in the Eastern Mediterranean. 

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  • EU declaration welcomed but parties say more needs to be done

    EU declaration welcomed but parties say more needs to be done Political parties on Saturday deemed Friday’s European Council conclusions urging Turkey to show restraint and respect Cyprus’ sovereignty a good start to build on, calling for more dynamic measures that would discourage acts of aggression. Turkey’s move to dispatch a research vessel into Cyprus’ Exclusive Economic Zone to collect seismic data prompted President Nicos Anastasiades to pull out of Cyprus problem talks with Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu. Escalating tensions led the Council to urge Turkey to “show...

  • Saints climb to second as Hammers beat champions City

    Saints climb to second as Hammers beat champions City Southampton beat Stoke City 1-0 and moved into second place while champions Manchester City slipped back to third after losing 2-1 at West Ham United in the Premier League on Saturday. Chelsea, who play at Manchester United on Sunday, lead the title chase with 22 points from their eight matches, while Saints, who beat Stoke with Sadio Mane’s eighth goal of the season, are second on 19 from nine games. City are third on 17 after losing at West Ham...

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