An EU funded publication of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage in Cyprus.
The completion of upgrading work to the Kyrenia Shipwreck Gallery in Kyrenia Castle was marked with a site visit and plaque unveiling on Wednesday October 2, 2019.
A cardboard model of the ancient walled city of Nicosia sits on a table at the Home For Cooperation. It was crafted by Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot children.
The European Union provided an additional €3 million in support of the work of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage in Cyprus via an agreement between the European Commission and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
More than 400 people attended yesterday the event marking the completion of conservation works to the Ravelin/Land Gate in Famagusta.
The Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage in Cyprus salutes this initiative and, on the occasion of the International Day of Monuments and Sites, is pleased to announce a new series of EU funded conservation projects and events through which it plans to mark the year in Cyprus.
Athina Papadopoulou and İlkay Feridun are two conservation architects from Cyprus. Working side by side, in the past twenty years the two women strongly contributed to shaping a non-political dialogue for Nicosia urban heritage first, and for the island’s broader cultural heritage some years later.

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