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Theater: "Harper Regan" on 23rd April in Sotira

THOC presents the play of Simon Stevens «Harper Regan», directed by Alexia Papalazarou.

One woman's struggle with the difficulties of her personal and family life.

At forty one, Harper Regan suddenly leaves her family in the suburbs of West London and sets off on a mission to see her father before he dies. Her journey becomes a road trip through the heart of England in this violent and comic exploration of the moralities of sex and death. It explores Harper's relationship with her daughter, husband and mother.
(in Greek)

When
Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
Time: Starts at 20:30

Where
Sotira Town Hall
22 Makariou III
Sotira, Famagusta 5390, Cyprus

Cost
€12 / €6

Contact
THOC
Phone: 77772717

Larnaca municipality parking clampdown

Larnaca municipality has announced the official end of any free parking along the Phinikoudes promenade, and will be clamping down on illegal parking along the strip, as well as along the new Piale Pasha coastal road.

Although Phinikoudes had originally been a no-stopping/parking zone, there was a grace period of free parking from 2012 whilst a municipality multi-storey parking lot behind Laiki Yitonia was being constructed. This grace period ended with the completion of the multi-storey in July 2014, with some lay-by spaces remaining as free parking at certain hours of the day, which have now also officially come to an end.

The municipality has published a map showing every legal parking space offered in the proximity of the town centre – which total over 1000 spaces – comprised of various municipal and private multi-storeys, the old market parking and other private lots, with varying fees, as well as metered parking. There is also free parking available in the plot adjacent to the Zenon bus depot, which is located opposite the social security and employment offices.

Members of the public are requested to adhere to the laws of legal parking or face the consequences, which include fines reaching €85, and for which the municipality claims it will start to enforce more vigilantly following a further period of leniency over the Easter holidays.

Source: in-cyprus

Experience Cyprus: Ayioi Saranta





Taking the loose surface road to the area of Ayioi Saranta or one of the nature trails in Protaras, the visitor comes across the picturesque chapel of Ayioi Saranta.
 Its existence is betrayed by the stone-built canopy on the wild rocks. The chapel is set in an intact cave. 
The forty stalactites of the cave are what encouraged a devout christian to turn it into a place of pilgrimage. 
The visitor apart from the pilgrimage will enjoy the wonderful scenery that surrounds the chapel.
Source:  heartcyprus

Free entry to ancient monuments on 18th April

There will be free entry to following archaeological sites and ancient monuments on April 18 to celebrate the International Day of Monuments and Sites:

1. “Royal Chapel”, Pyrga
2. Neolithic site, Choirokoitia
3. Archaeological site of Kourion, Episkopi
4. Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates, Episkopi
5. Kolossi Castle
6. Archaeological site of Amathus, Ayios Tychon
7. Archaeological site of Kato Paphos (Mosaics)
8. Necropolis “The Tombs of the Kings”, Kato Paphos
9. Archaeological site of Palaepaphos, Kouklia
10. Archaeological site of Ayios Georgios, Pegia
11. Paphos Castle.

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