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Honoring History: The Monument of Fallen and Missing Persons Unveiled in Mosfiloti

The Monument of Fallen and Missing Persons in Mosfiloti, Cyprus, pays tribute to those lost in the 1974 Turkish invasion, embodying the nation’s hope for reunification and commitment to peace. President Nikos Christodoulides led the solemn ceremony, emphasizing the monument’s significance in honoring the collective memory of communities like Pigi and Peristerona, showcasing Cyprus’s resilience and unity.

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Kamares Aqueduct: A Symbol of Cyprus’s Ottoman Heritage

The Kamares Aqueduct, also known as the Bekir Pasha Aqueduct, is a historical monument in Larnaca, Cyprus that showcases the engineering prowess of the Ottoman period. Built in 1747, it provided water to the city until 1939 and is now celebrated as an architectural marvel and cultural venue, attracting visitors with its illuminated arches and scenic surroundings near Larnaka Salt Lake.

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