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#1

ΘΟΚ / THOC

47 followers

Η επίσημη σελίδα του Θεατρικού Οργανισμού Κύπρου

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#2

DownTown Live

61 followers

Live music venue

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#3

European Commission in Cyprus

31 followers

Representation of the European Commission in Cyprus | Αντιπροσωπεία της Ευρωπαϊκής Επιτροπής στην Κύπρο | Avrupa Komisyonu Kıbrıs Temsilciliği

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#4

Scarabeo

34 followers

We promote talent because we believe that through the arts we shall make a better world, Now!

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#5

Πρόζακ. Καφενείο

36 followers

Καφενείο - Αναγνωστήριο Μέδωντος 3Α, Λευκωσία, Τ.Κ.1060 http://goo.gl/maps/egPd3

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#6

Ποδηλάτες Λευκωσίας - Podilates Lefkosias

27 followers

Οι Ποδηλάτες Λευκωσίας είναι ένας όμιλος για τους φίλους του ποδηλάτου. Επικοινωνήσετε μαζί μας στο e-mail: podilates.lefkosias@gmail.com.

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#7

NiMAC

21 followers

NiMAC [The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides Foundation] it is the oldest and largest Contemporary Art Centre of the island.

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#8

Patio Cocktail Bar

22 followers

Cocktail, Wine, Tapas bar

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#9

Buffer Fringe

10 followers

Performing Arts - 18th -19th of October 2014

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#10

CVAR/Severis Foundation

46 followers

Home of the Costas & Rita Severis Foundation and its collections of paintings, antique costumes and memorabilia related to Cyprus and its neighbours.

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#11

A. G. Leventis Gallery

24 followers

The A. G. Leventis Gallery (A. G. L. G.) is dedicated to fostering an understanding of works of art and operates on a broad spectrum. From advanced research, to the dissemination of knowledge to its visitors - and to the widest possible student and general public - the Gallery is an educative institution. The main mission of the A. G. L. G. is to display and promote the paintings, works of art, objects, documents, and books of any kind, collected by the founder of the A. G. Leventis Foundation, Anastasios G. Leventis prior to his death in 1978; as well as those pieces of art and artefacts (European, Greek and Cypriot) collected by The A. G. Leventis Foundation after 1978. In addition, the A. G. L. G.'s mission involves the collection and exhibition of objects, documents, and books of any kind that elucidate the history of man, and history of art, throughout the ages. As well as this, the A. G. L. G. seeks to promote education, teaching, research, public programmes and publications in any – or all – of the fields above and collects materials for research related to its collections and to the history and appreciation of art in general. The A. G. L. G. recognizes that the whole aesthetic experience is important to fostering the understanding of works of art. The Gallery therefore promotes cultural and musical programmes that enhance this broader experience, such as concerts and changing horticulture displays. Mission statement of the Anastasios G. Leventis Gallery of Cyprus THE PARIS COLLECTION When in the early 1950s Anastasios Leventis settled in Paris, one of his main aims was to establish a collection of works of art – mainly paintings – with a view to decorating his home but also to enriching his knowledge of French and, by extension, European art. By that time, through his focus and diligence, he had managed to establish an extremely successful business which now extended beyond its roots in Africa, where he had started out, and was also firmly established in Europe. Despite the lack of information about why he selected particular works or artists, it seems clear that Anastasios Leventis made his choices first and foremost to satisfy his own taste and complement his environment and way of life. These choices were in all aspects impeccable. Paintings, furniture, art objects and even everyday objects were characterised by a grandeur and homogeneity suited to an ambassador and entrepreneur living in the heart of the French capital. THE ATHENS COLLECTION Having by now established his business in Greece as well, Anastasios Leventis made frequent visits to Athens, making the acquaintance of the well-known politician Evangelos Averof Tositsas. In 1973, he responded to an invitation from Averof to purchase a large part of his collection of works by Greek painters of the 18th and 19th centuries. The collection contained 207 paintings of the first generation of Greek artists. Many of them were displayed in Anastasios Leventis’ apartment in Herod Atticus Street. In a foreword to a catalogue of this collection, Evangelos Averof himself stated characteristically: “With Tasso Leventis we twice visited my collection which was then housed at the Tositsas Foundation in Kifisia. He told me repeatedly that he would be happy to purchase part or all of my collection, as he intended to establish a Gallery of Greek Artists in Nicosia, or to use the collection to promote Cyprus in Greece or elsewhere. The idea that my beloved pastime would in one way or another be used to the benefit of Cyprus, for which I had fought for so many years with passion and love, made me even happier about the decision I was about to make. I hastened to meet Tassos Leventis and we made a deal without delay”. After the death of Anastasios Leventis, Constantinos Leventis - as President of the Foundation - decided to continue building on the Athens collection, with a view to making it an important part of Greek history of art. THE NICOSIA COLLECTION The late Constantinos Leventis also took the initiative to establish a third collection, this time with works by Cypriot painters representing the first generation of Cypriot artists from the beginning of the 20th century up to 1960. This collection is the smallest of the three and has been added to only over the past ten years. It nonetheless contains noteworthy works by Cypriot artists such as Ioannis Kissonergis (1889-1963), Adamantios Diamantis (1900-1994), Giorgos Polyviou Georgiou (1901-1972), Victor Ioannides (1903-1984), Telemachos Kanthos (1910-1993), Christoforos Savva (1924-1968), Michalis Michaelides (1927) and Lefteris Economou (1930-2007). Each of these artists approached and interpreted his subject matter in his own particular, idiosyncratic way. However, all of them, with the exception of Christoforos Savva, also expressed themselves in an accessible, representational style and focused their subject matter on their experiential relationship with the people and nature of Cyprus, through their own individual and different narratives. Their art was mostly an expression of an act of self-knowledge - an attempt to penetrate and depict the specific characteristics of the natural and human environment of their country.

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#12

1984 Restaurant&Bar

17 followers

1984

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#13

SOLONEION BOOK CENTRE-ΣΟΛΩΝΕΙΟΝ ΚΕΝΤΡΟΝ ΒΙΒΛΙΟΥ

17 followers

Bookstore in Nicosia, Cyprus

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#14

Akasha Center

27 followers

Akasha Center is offering a wide range of activities in Yoga, Tantra, Meditation, Minduflness, Arts, Therapies, Aerial Yoga, Unnata aerial yoga and more!

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#15

Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου | University Of Cyprus

29 followers

Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου | University Of Cyprus

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#17

Garden Day & Night

13 followers

To γνωστό Garden, στην καρδιά της Λευκωσίας και πάλι κοντά σας.

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#18

Nautilos SAR

14 followers

Let's begin our adventure together. http://www.nautilossar.org

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#19

Οικογιορτή Κύπρου

12 followers

Η πρώτη Οικογιορτή στην Κύπρο την Κυριακή,11 Μαΐου 2014,στη Λευκωσία / Τhe first Ecological Celebration in Cyprus on Sunday,11th of May 2014,in Nicosia

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#20

Americanos TCS Educational Consultants

10 followers

Ότι έχει να κάνει με τις σπουδές σας σε Κύπρο, Ευρώπη, Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο και Αμερική.

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