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The Archaeological Museum of the Larnaca district has reopened following extensive renovations and offers a modern take on old treasures, including an impressive collection of rare sarcophagi. 

Why should you visit a museum? There are several reasons; to seek knowledge, to take time to reflect and ponder, and to hone your critical thinking. But also, to acknowledge and appreciate the people who built and maintain the museums, and who work tirelessly to safeguard our history, thus enriching your experiential learning – along with that of future generations. 

Yiannis Karousos, minister of transport, communications & works, Cyprus, marked the completion of the upgrades at the Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District during his visit to the fully renovated wings, and in the presence of the mayor of Larnaca, the presidents of Larnaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Larnaka Tourism Board, members of Parliament of the Larnaca and Ammochostos regions, as well as officers of the Department of Antiquities and members of the local media.

Larnaca Tourism Board has announced their cooperation with the owner company of the unique architectural and cultural heritage mansion of Larnaca, the Edem Traditional House.

Signed on January 20, the mayor of Limassol and A.N. Christou Properties & Construction Ltd. signed a contract for the construction works of the renovation of the historic centre of Agia Fyla.

The Department of Antiquities, of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works, recently announced the results of the last season of excavations at the site Agios Sozomenos-Djirpoulos, and the closure of the project Agios Sozomenos Excavations and Survey Project (ASESP) in the area, under the direction of the former curator of antiquities, Dr. Despina Pilides.