281 Photos - Mar 11, 2012
Photo: Sunday 4th of March, 2012 The Greek Team in the airport Eleftherios Venizelos in AThensPhoto: On the route towards LimassolPhoto: From Larnaca to LimassolPhoto: From Larnaca to LimassolPhoto: From Larnaca to LimassolPhoto: From Larnaca to LimassolPhoto: Monday 5th of March, 2012 at Agias Fylaxeos LyceumPhoto: At Agias Fylaxeos LyceumPhoto: At Agias Fylaxeos Lyceum the view is panoramicPhoto: At Agias Fylaxeos Lyceum the view is panoramicPhoto: At Agias Fylaxeos Lyceum the view is panoramicPhoto: At Agias Fylaxeos Lyceum the view is panoramicPhoto: The entrance of the schoolPhoto: The entrance of the schoolPhoto: The entrance of the schoolPhoto: The entrance of the schoolPhoto: The Main HallPhoto: The Main HallPhoto: All together in the Main HallPhoto: Presents exchangePhoto: Presents exchangePhoto: Presents exchangePhoto: Presents exchangePhoto: Presents exchangePhoto: The Greek teachersPhoto: All the delegations togetherPhoto: All the delegations togetherPhoto: All the delegations togetherPhoto: From the school to the seaPhoto: Presentation about CyprusPhoto: The attendantsPhoto: Monday afternoon At Kolossi castle with SofiaPhoto: SofiaPhoto: Kolossi CastlePhoto: Kolossi CastlePhoto: Kolossi CastlePhoto: Kolossi Castle outsidePhoto: Kolossi Castle is a former Crusader stronghold 14 kilometers west of the city of Limassol on the island of Cyprus.Photo: It held great strategic importance and contained facilities for the production of sugar, one of Cyprus's main exports in the Middle Ages.Photo: The original castle was possibly built in 1210 by the Frankish military, when the land of Kolossi was given by King Hugh III to the Knights of the Order of St John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers)Photo: The present castle was built in 1454 by the Hospitallers. Dwellers in the castle include the Templars and the already mentioned Hospitallers.Photo: The castle consists of a tower known as a keep with an attached rectangular enclosure or bailey about 30 by 40 metres.Photo: The castle insidePhoto:                                Photo:                                Photo:                                Photo:                                Photo:                                Photo:                                Photo:                                Photo: The view from the castle outsidePhoto: The view from the castle outsidePhoto: The view from the castle outsidePhoto: In the castlePhoto: The castle insidePhoto:                                Photo:                                Photo: We are going outsidePhoto: Ruins around the Kolossi castle, which is built in 1210 by the Frankish military.Photo: Agios Ermogenis church 14 Km from Lemessos.Photo: Agios Ermogenis churchPhoto: Agios Ermogenis churchPhoto: Agios Ermogenis churchPhoto: Sofia's autoPhoto: Beach near Agios Ermogenis churchPhoto: Beach near Agios Ermogenis churchPhoto: Beach near Agios Ermogenis churchPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto: Mosaic at KourionPhoto:                                Photo: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Ancient Theatre at KourionPhoto: Petra Tou Romiou (Rock of the Greek), or Aphrodite's Rock, is a sea stack in Pafos, Cyprus. Its status in mythology as the birth place of Aphrodite makes it a popular tourist locationPhoto: Petra Tou Romiou near PaphosPhoto: Petra Tou Romiou - Nice sunsetPhoto: Petra Tou RomiouPhoto: Petra Tou RomiouPhoto: Petra Tou RomiouPhoto: PaphosPhoto: PaphosPhoto: PaphosPhoto: Paphos GulfPhoto: Paphos GulfPhoto: Paphos GulfPhoto: Paphos Castle is located on the edge of Paphos harbour. It was originally built as a Byzantine fort to protect the harbour.Photo: It was then rebuilt by the Lusignans in the thirteenth century after being destroyed in the earthquake of 1222. In 1570 it was dismantled by the Venetians. After capturing the island, the Ottomans restored and strengthened it.Photo: Throughout the ages it has seen many uses. It has served as a fortress, a prison and even a warehouse for salt during the British occupation of the island. More recently the castle serves as a backdrop to the annual open air Paphos cultural festival which takes place in SeptemberPhoto: Paphos harbourPhoto: PaphosPhoto: PaphosPhoto: PaphosPhoto: Paphos sunsetPhoto: Nice sunsetPhoto: Paphos castlePhoto: View of the Paphos harbourPhoto: View of the Paphos harbourPhoto: View of PaphosPhoto: Amathus hotelPhoto: Amathus hotelPhoto: Tuesday, 6th of March 2012Photo: Lecture about children rights by Mr KaratsisPhoto: Lecture about children rights by Mr KaratsisPhoto: Lecture about children rights by Mr KaratsisPhoto: Lecture about children rights by Mr KaratsisPhoto: Tuesday afternoon Platres on Troodos mountainPhoto: Platres on Troodos mountainPhoto: Platres on Troodos mountainPhoto: A coffee at the Forest Park Hotel in Pano PlatresPhoto: A coffee at the Forest Park Hotel in Pano PlatresPhoto: A coffee at the Forest Park Hotel in Pano PlatresPhoto: A coffee at the Forest Park Hotel in Pano PlatresPhoto: Forest Park Hotel in Pano PlatresPhoto: Forest Park Hotel in Pano PlatresPhoto: Wednesday 7th of March, 2012 In front of the entrance of Archaeological Museum in NicosiaPhoto: In front of the entrance of Archaeological Museum in NicosiaPhoto: In front of the entrance of Archaeological Museum in NicosiaPhoto: The ceiling of the entrance of Archaeological Museum in NicosiaPhoto: The ceiling of the entrance of Archaeological Museum in NicosiaPhoto: The National theater in NicosiaPhoto: The avenue in front of the MuseumPhoto: 3 Greek girlsPhoto: Park in NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: Green LinePhoto: A house near the Green LinePhoto:                                Photo: Venetian WallsPhoto: View from the bus towards Archbishop house in old NicosiaPhoto: Venetian wallsPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: NicosiaPhoto: Liberty MonumentPhoto:                                Photo: Photo: Route towards the Archbishop house in old NicosiaPhoto: Medieval houses with Ottoman style in NicosiaPhoto: street in old NicosiaPhoto: Old School in NicosiaPhoto: Archbishop house in old NicosiaPhoto: The street with view to the Liberty MonumentPhoto: The street with view to the Liberty MonumentPhoto: The School in the opposite side of the Archbishop house in old NicosiaPhoto: The Archbishop house in old NicosiaPhoto: The PANCYPRIOT school as backgroundPhoto: All together in the entrance of the Archbishop housePhoto: All together in the entrance of the Archbishop housePhoto: All together in the entrance of the Archbishop housePhoto: Andrea and ChristinaPhoto: Andrea and ChristinaPhoto: Old housePhoto: At Καρβουνομαγειρέματα for lunchPhoto: At Καρβουνομαγειρέματα restaurant for lunchPhoto: At Καρβουνομαγειρέματα restaurant for lunchPhoto: At Καρβουνομαγειρέματα restaurant for lunchPhoto: Holger, Kostas and MaxPhoto: Walking in the rainPhoto: Ioanna is walking in the rain at LefkaraPhoto: Maria is walking in the rain at LefkaraPhoto: Nice school at LefkaraPhoto: Schoolyard at LefkaraPhoto: Walking to the coachPhoto: Cypriot night at the Hotel KapetaniosPhoto: Cypriot night at the Hotel KapetaniosPhoto: Thursday, in the Music class of the School Agias FylaxeosPhoto: In the Music class of the School Agias FylaxeosPhoto: In the Music class of the School Agias FylaxeosPhoto: In the Music class of the School Agias FylaxeosPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo ContestPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Photo: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - exhibitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto: Logo Contest - competitionPhoto:                                Photo: Logo Contest - competition resultsPhoto: Presentations about Human Rights in the Main Hall of the SchoolPhoto: Thursday afternoon in Lemessos. The peer.Photo: Limassol seasidePhoto: Limassol seasidePhoto: Limassol seasidePhoto: Limassol seasidePhoto: Paneuropean Night at the School Agias Fylaxeos - Greek placePhoto: Paneuropean Night at the School Agias Fylaxeos - Greek placePhoto: Dance program before the dinnerPhoto: Discussion about Human Rights and their violations in the Main HallPhoto: Discussion about Human Rights and their violations in the Main HallPhoto: Discussion about Human Rights and their violations in the Main HallPhoto: Discussion about Human Rights and their violations in the Main HallPhoto: Discussion about Human Rights and their violations in the Main HallPhoto: Image on the wall of the Cypriot Main HallPhoto: Statue in the Limassol seasidePhoto: Famous eggsPhoto: Cypriot HousePhoto: View from the Hotel KapetaniosPhoto: View from the Hotel KapetaniosPhoto: Saturday 10th of March 2012 Chirokitia, prehistorical housesPhoto: Saturday 10th of March 2012 Chirokitia, prehistorical housesPhoto: Saturday 10th of March 2012 Chirokitia, prehistorical housesPhoto: Church of Agios Lazaros in LarnakaPhoto: Church of Agios Lazaros in LarnakaPhoto: Church of Agios Lazaros in LarnakaPhoto: Castle in LarnakaPhoto: Seaside in LarnakaPhoto: Castle in LarnakaPhoto: Castle in LarnakaPhoto: Writing on the sandPhoto: Writing on the sandPhoto: Lion from VenicePhoto: Larnaka portPhoto: Towards Salt LakePhoto: Sultan Tekes nearby the Larnaka's airportPhoto: Sultan Tekes nearby the Larnaka's airportPhoto: Sultan Tekes nearby the Larnaka's airportPhoto: The Greek TeamPhoto:                                Photo: The Greek teachers (only female)Photo: Sultan tekesPhoto: Sultan tekes entrance/exitPhoto: All together in the stairs of the Agias Fylaxeos LyceumPhoto: Christina at the Larnaka seaside.