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Finikoudes Beach Cyprus Larnaca Europe Squ Athenon St Sunhall Hotel Aqua Sol Cafe Majid Panahi Larnaca Municipal Art Gallery
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It is located at the beginning of Athens Avenue and it is decorated with the first colonial buildings

the British Administration built in Cyprus in 1879. It was the first year the British occupied the island and Larnaca was the biggest port and urban center of the island, so the housing of British

colonial administration started here. The colony’s Governor’s building, the chief Port Master house and office, the Chief Customs Offic er residence and office, and the colonial port warehouses are some of these old buildings now restored to accommodate the Paleontology museum, the Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, the City-Museum and Archives and the District Administration of Larnaca. The restoration of the old colonial warehouses won the “Europa Nostra” award in 1996. The artistic composition “seagulls in flight” of sculptor Papagiannis also took its position in 1996, updating the area, and the name “Europe Square” was given by the Municipal Council to honor the European Union.

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