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Free Kyrenia Walk #5

The fourth historical “Kyrenia Walk” was fully booked even sooner than I expected – and still emails from interested people are coming in! Thank you for your interest in medieval Cyprus, in Cerennia of old! So, I’ll do one more free walk (nr. 5), but that’ll be really the last one in 2009. Although…

Date (free walk nr. 5): Sunday, December 6, 2009. Start 10.30 am.

If you are interested mail me for how many people you want to make a reservation. MAIL ONLY, to: [email protected]

Participants will receive a confirmation and all details via email.

1: Program: historical “Kyrenia Walk” on SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2009.
2: We will meet between 10.15 and 10.30 am in front of the Girne Belediye/Town Hall, opposite the Windows Café (location map of the meeting point provided below).
3: We’ll start the walk around 10.30 am from the Belediye (Town Hall) in Girne.
4: The walk will last circa 90 minutes.

Map (meeting point)

Map of Kyrenia (Lusignan period, ca. 1300)

Map of Kyrenia (Lusignan period, ca. 1300)

Map of Kyrenia (Lusignan period, ca. 1300) here (click URL) | http://is.gd/517cg |

P.S. The number of participants is limited – as always: first come…

P.P.S. In January 2010 I’ll do another Kyrenia walk with the explanation in German (on request of German expats/swallows) and later one in French. If you have friends or neighbours who’d like to have the explanation in their native language – please tell them.

Please add [email protected] to your email address book or safe list!

Please tell your friends, circulate this email as desired!

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about forthcoming activities of the “Medieval Cyprus Fellowship” (MCF).

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or in the body text of an email to [email protected]

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Capture: The north east tower of the Kyrenia Castle is of particular interest. During the walk Hans Doeleman will show you many details of this old town (probably as old as 3500 years).

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