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Exciting New Partnership Announcement for IPC International MM Law Firm

We are pleased to announce our strategic partnership with MM Law Firm in providing reciprocal “specialist” services in Immigration and Migration Services relating to EU Permanent Residency & #EU Citizenship and for any IPC customer wishing to apply for #Citizenship/Nationality in Egypt, the Middle East, GCC and Gulf Countries.

From our office in #Egypt since 2011, we are continuing to form partnerships within the Real Estate Sector and with esteemed Law Firms, Immigration Consultants and Business Consultancies throughout the Middle East, GCC and Gulf Countries. In addition, IPC customers will benefit by this announcement by receiving a recommendation to an established law firm practicing in Egypt, the Middle East, GCC and Gulf for any type of legal service.

IPC International are a diverse International professional business consultancy providing Consultancy Services to Foreign Embassies, International Corporate Businesses and HNW Individuals who wish to invest in the European Union and in particular Cyprus for EU IMMEDIATE CITIZENSHIP, EU PERMANENT RESIDENCY and EU BUSINESS INVESTMENT.
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#Cyprus property sales up 21% in July

THE NUMBER of property sales contracts deposited at Land Registry offices across the Republic of Cyprus during July 2018 rose 21 per cent compared to July 2017 according to official figures published by the Department of Lands and Surveys.

This follows increases of 2% in June, 23% in May and 29% in April.

During July a total of 896 contracts or the sale of residential and commercial properties and land (building plots and fields) were deposited at Land Registry offices across #Cyprus, compared with the 758 deposited in July 2017.

Of the 896 contracts deposited, 426 (48.7%) were for properties purchased by non-Cypriots.

The figures show a continuing improvement in the economic conditions, coupled with government measures such as the citizenship by investment scheme (aka Passports for Cash scheme.)

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Cyprus Tourism

Cyprus is well known for the hospitality of its people, its delicious gastronomy, its rich culture and extraordinary natural beauty. With its golden sandy beaches and clear blue waters, as well as its pleasant Mediterranean climate with year-round sunshine, Cyprus has been a popular tourist destination for decades. The island’s famous beaches have been awarded with 57 Blue Flags in 2015, ranking the island first in the EU for the tenth consecutive year, including three records:

most Blue Flags per capita in the world
most dense concentration of Blue Flag Beaches
most Blue Flag beaches per coastline
Cyprus’ tourism industry has gained several prestigious awards, including the Sustainable Destinations Global Top 100, VISION on Sustainable Tourism and Totem Tourism and Green Destination titles presented to Limassol and Paphos in 2014.

But there is much more to Cyprus than just sun and sea. Cosmopolitan and culturally rich, Cyprus offers a variety of tourism options that cater to all tastes and desires, whether it be sports, historical and cultural attractions, luxury resorts, wine routes, nature trails and ecotourism in traditional villages.

The island has all the prerequisites to further develop this industry and offers great potential for investments in niche areas such as Health & Wellness, Sports, Luxury and Lifestyle tourism.
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Weddings in Cyprus

Wedding tourism has continued to expand in Cyprus, with 2016 bringing in €120 million. Around 50% of wedding tourists come from the UK, but increasing numbers of couples from Lebanon, Israel and Russia are choosing to tie the knot on the famous island of Aphrodite, the goddess of love. Much of the growing appeal of this form of tourism is due to the availability of civil marriages in Cyprus.

Across much of the Arab world a marriage ceremony has to be conducted within the context of a religious ceremony if it is to be legally recognized. This makes Cyprus an attractive wedding destination for mixed-faith and secular couples.
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Growth from Diversification

Cyprus is actively targeting new markets and reassessing existing ones, but what has been evident is that tourist numbers are on the rise. Arrivals from the United Kingdom, traditionally the island’s biggest tourist market, reached 1.15 million in 2016, an increase of 11.2% on the previous year. Meanwhile, the second largest market, Russia, generated 781,634 arrivals, an increase of 49%.

While these figures are encouraging in themselves they serve to highlight the sector’s dependence on these two specific markets. Although the island certainly cannot afford to ignore these crucial markets that supply much-needed low-season tourists seeking winter sun, Cyprus has begun to accelerate the process of diversification into other non-traditional markets.

Germans made up only 3% of arrivals on the island in 2016, but are strategically important because of their potential contribution to winter tourism. Hopes for continued visitor growth have been raised further by the decision of German charter airline Germania to begin new services between Paphos and Hamburg, Nuremberg, Munich, Berlin, Stuttgart, Dresden and Dusseldorf.

As part of Cyprus’ new strategy, tourist officials are increasingly thinking outside the box in a bid to target non-traditional markets. To this end, and in order to facilitate the visa process for Chinese visitors, the government has also established five authorized centres for visa applications in China and plan to create another 10 in the future.

Tourism is often described by those in the business as the engine that drives the Cyprus economy. If that is the case, then there are certainly some big changes going on in the engine room. They may be unnoticed by the average visitor, but they are profound and far-reaching, and if successfully implemented, will keep the sector on a growth course for the next decades.
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Medical and Wellness Tourism

Medical tourism is experiencing unprecedented growth, due to Cyprus’ world-class reputation for high-quality private healthcare in a technologically advanced environment. Cosmetic surgery, diagnostic tests and fertility treatment top the list as the most popular procedures for medical tourists from the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Middle East and Russia. Health and wellbeing holidays are also on the rise, with the recent creation of several exclusive spa hotels to pamper the visitor, as well as a number of large-scale projects open for investment in the fields of rehabilitation and other wellness services.
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Archaeological Museum

Larnaca's Archaeological Museum is home to a collection of finds from across the surrounding region dating from the Neolithic Age to the Roman period. The first room displays sculptures, mainly female torsos and terracotta figures, while the next room houses the pottery collection from excavations at Kition (Larnaca's ancient name) and Livadia, a village just east of Larnaca, with Mycenaean vases and a variety of ornaments in bronze, clay, and glass. There are also some Neolithic artifacts from Choirokoitia and some glass from the Roman era. Although the collection can be slightly haphazard and not well-labeled, it's worth stopping off here, especially to view the terracotta figures, which are supremely beautiful.

A short stroll from the museum is the archaeological site of Ancient Kition, where much of the collection hails from. Although there's not much to see, check out the remnants of the Cyclopaean walls and the ruins of temples, which date back to the 13th century BC.


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Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in #Larnaca

Larnaca (also called Larnaka) is one of the premier seaside resorts in Cyprus. The beach is backed by a seafront promenade lined with swaying palm trees and overlooked by a squat fort. Just a few steps inland, the compact old town is home to the beautiful Agios Lazaros (Church of St. Lazarus) and an atmospheric and crumbling Turkish quarter where Larnaca's famous ceramic artisans have set up shop. Larnaca is an easygoing place with a distinctive laid-back vibe that sets it apart from the more bustling centers of Paphos and Limassol. Better yet, it's also in a prime position for forays south down the coast to some of the island's best beaches and inland to the quaint villages and attractions of the Maheras forest region.

Agios Lazaros

The church was built in the 9th century by Emperor Leo VI and was faithfully restored in the 17th century. Check out the incredibly ornate iconostasis for an excellent example of Baroque woodcarving.

The church has four domes over the nave, and the roof is supported on four sets of double columns. The pulpit is uniquely placed in one of these columns and is lavishly decorated in gilt. In another column is a silver icon from 1659, with a picture of St. Lazarus. There are also impressive paintings of the Virgin and Child and St. George and the Dragon. Beside the iconostasis, a staircase leads down into the Tomb of Lazarus (though remains found there in AD 890 - which may, or may not be of Lazarus himself - were moved to Constantinople and later to Marseille). Across the courtyard from the church is the Byzantine Museum, which holds a collection of religious icons and relics.

Pierides Archaeological Foundation Museum

This fantastic museum, set in a restored 18th-century mansion, houses a remarkable private exhibition of Cypriot antiquities, originally collected by Demetrios Pierides (1811-1895), a Cypriot scholar and archaeologist, and further enriched by members of his family. The museum was founded in 1839 and holds 2,500 exhibits, which range from the Neolithic to the medieval period.

In the first room, Neolithic pottery and various representations of goddesses, along with bowls used in rituals can be seen. Room Two contains more pottery with pictures of birds and fish, as well as figurines used in religious rites. Room Three includes jugs from the site at Marion, alabaster vases, and a mask on the wall, and Room Four has pottery from the medieval period and a collection of glass, as well as some jewelry.

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Religious Tourism IN #CYPRUS

Beginning the year 45 AD Saints Paul, Barnabas, and Markos taught the Christian faith in Cyprus. Having come on shore in Salamina, they crossed the island as far as Pafos preaching the new religion. It is noteworthy that the highest Roman official, the proconsul Sergius Paul, converted to Christianity.

In 50 AD Barnabas returned to the island together with Markos and, based in Salamina, they oversaw the spread of Christianity to, practically, all the townships and communities in Cyprus.

Today, the small island of Cyprus is dotted with religious monuments and churches of supreme cultural importance from all ages.

Fully aware of the unique contribution of Christianity on the island, Cyprus Highlights presents the important ecclesiastical monuments, museums, the unique churches (as regards architecture and the Byzantine art) which have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List as well as suggestions for religious itineraries in all the unoccupied areas.
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Exciting New Partnership Announcement for IPC International Challenge Law Firm

We are pleased to announce our strategic partnership with Challenge Law Firm in providing reciprocal “specialist” services in Immigration and Migration Services relating to EU Permanent Residency & EU Citizenship and for any IPC customer wishing to apply for Citizenship/Nationality in Egypt, the Middle East, GCC and Gulf Countries.

From our office in Egypt since 2011, we are continuing to form partnerships within the Real Estate Sector and with esteemed Law Firms, Immigration Consultants and Business Consultancies throughout the Middle East, GCC and Gulf Countries. In addition, IPC customers will benefit by this announcement by receiving a recommendation to an established law firm practicing in Egypt, the Middle East, GCC and Gulf for any type of legal service.

IPC International is a diverse International professional business consultancy providing Consultancy Services to Foreign Embassies, International Corporate Businesses and HNW Individuals who wish to invest in the European Union and in particular Cyprus for
EU IMMEDIATE CITIZENSHIP, EU PERMANENT RESIDENCY and EU BUSINESS INVESTMENT.
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