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Cyprus Developments : Architecture

Cypriot Architectural Designs – South East Europe Built Environment

Cyprus Building Developments

Cypriot Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Cypriot Architecture Designs – chronological list

Allegra GSP Sport Center
Aphrodites Lounge Olympos Villas
Apostle Peter and St Helen the Martyr Chapel in Pafos
Architecture Research Center Nicosia
Art Collector’s House & Art Gallery in Nicosia
Art School & Residence 1306, Akaki
Ayia Napa Marina in Cyprus

DiamantECO Skyscraper Building

Funnel House Pafos

Germanina Agriculture Farm
Gladstonos 22 Nicosia

L-House Nicosia
Lemesos House
Lemesos Office
Let them eat CAKE cafe Pafos

Natuzzi Store Furniture Showroom Limassol
New Cyprus Museum Proposal in Nicosia

Pool House in Nicosia

Nicosia Residence
Riviera Development Nicosia

Terra Project Residential Tower in Limassol

University of Cyprus Campus

Location: Cyprus, South East Europe

South East European Buildings

Albania Buildings

Bosnia and Herzegovina Buildings

Croatia Buildings

Serbia Buildings

Officially the Republic of Cyprus (Greek: Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία; Turkish: Kıbrıs Cumhuriyeti), this is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, off the coasts of Syria and Turkey. It is the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean located south of Turkey, west of Syria and Lebanon, northwest of Israel and Palestine, north of Egypt and southeast of Greece.

The Republic is divided into six districts: Nicosia, Famagusta, Kyrenia, Larnaca, Limassol and Paphos.

Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots share a lot in common in their culture but also have differences.

Because of the heavy influx of tourists and foreign investors, the property rental market in this country has grown in recent years. In late 2013, the Town Planning Department announced a series of incentives to stimulate the property market and increase the number of property developments in the country’s town centres. This followed earlier measures to quickly give immigration permits to third country nationals investing in Cypriot property.

source: wikipedia

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