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Re: Mouflon, Cyprus

Travel Luver ·
Fascinating! I knew absolutely nothing about mouflons before reading this piece.
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Re: Sept. 16, 2016: Stavrovouni Monastery, Cyprus

Travel Luver ·
Amazingly beautiful place! It seems so very peaceful.
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Re: Why Spending a Business Conference in Cyprus Is a Great Idea

NnamAries ·
Cyprus sounds great, never actually considered the possibility of picking an excellent business conference venue, I'd often just look out for something functional.
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Where to go for sun if you can't go "there" now...

PHeymont ·
In the wake of the terrorist attack in Tunisia and new visa restrictions on individual travel to Egypt, the Telegraph (UK) has gathered up a list of "fun in the sun" places for those in need of sand and tan. The list, with pictures, is  HERE...
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Mouflon, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
Only about 3,000 Mouflon -- thought to be a precursor to domestic sheep -- exist on the island of Cyprus. Ian Cook shares the story of this interesting animal.
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Kourion, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares some of the highlights of a visit to the ancient city of Kourion, which was at its peak during the late Roman era. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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September 9, 2016: Paphos Castle, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares some dusk and evening photos of historic Paphos Castle in Cyprus.
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Sept. 16, 2016: Stavrovouni Monastery, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
One of the world's oldest monasteries, dating to the 4th century, Stavrovouni sits on a hilltop in Cyprus, where Ian Cook visited it.
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Tombs of The Kings, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares a visit to the Tombs of Kings in Cyprus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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July 1, 2016: Kamares Aqueduct, Larnaca, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
The aqueduct, while it looks ancient, dates to the 18th century. It was built in the Roman style.
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Why Spending a Business Conference in Cyprus Is a Great Idea

harry martina ·
Choosing the location of your business conference can be difficult, as you want a place that screams “professional!” while – at the same time – you want your guests to enjoy their time. You are looking for a place that is only a few hours away from almost every continent for convenience; where professionalism goes hand in hand with genuine hospitality; where the weather is nice; and a location that has something new to offer. You may not know it yet, but are looking for Cyprus. This...
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Kykkos Monastery, Cyprus

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares a visit to the fascinating Kykkos Monastery, Cyprus!
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Re: Tombs of The Kings, Cyprus

TravelingCanuck ·
Great photos Ian. Paphos is one of my favourite places I have been to ever. I was in Cyprus for 7 months in the early 80s and visited Paphos several times. The Tombs of the Kings was a great place to explore. Thanks for the memories.
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Re: Kourion, Cyprus

Marilyn Jones ·
I love Roman ruins...your photos are excellent - as always!!
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Re: Kourion, Cyprus

Travel Rob ·
Great photos!
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Re: September 9, 2016: Paphos Castle, Cyprus

Travel Rob ·
Absolutely incredible!
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Re: September 9, 2016: Paphos Castle, Cyprus

Marilyn Jones ·
Glorious photography!!! So beautiful!
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Re: September 9, 2016: Paphos Castle, Cyprus

TravelingCanuck ·
Great pictures of the fort. I especially like the last one. Thanks.
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Re: Tombs of The Kings, Cyprus

alisamura ·
This is just amazing, hoping to go there sometimes soon
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Re: Kykkos Monastery, Cyprus

TravelingCanuck ·
Ian, once again you bring back some great memories for me. The Kykkos monastery is an interesting site to visit. Cyprus was the only place I have been where I was able to ski in January up at Troodos one weekend and scuba dive the next weekend in Limassol. Another site worth the visit to is the ruins of the Bellapais Abbey, on the Turkish northern part of the island. It is south of Kyrenia and has amazing views of the northern coastal plains of Cyprus. Thanks for the amazing blog.
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