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Spring Festival in Kyrenia


Spring Festival in Kyrenia

North Cyprus marks the arrival of spring. Kyrenia Municipality organized festival, which begins today, April 6, from 10 am to 7 pm. At the festival, which is held in Baris park, will be held performances of music and dance groups, both Cypriot and foreign. Orchestra The Second Wind Band, was invited from UK and will perform today with different styles of music. Traditionally, there will be children's games, contests and theatrical performances. Visitors of festival can also enjoy variety of food, purchase homemade olive oil, honey, and other products.
Mayor of Kyrenia Syumer Aygyn, said that it will be a beautiful day. We welcome spring and the festival will be of interest not only to local residents. We welcome foreigners in our country, and try to do cultural activities, which will also be of interest to them

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06.04.2013

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