The Easter Decorations are Beginning To Appear!

Published 10th of April, 2019

A recent trip to The Mall revealed that the Easter Decorations had been put up, so we had to photograph them for posterity...

Easter Bunny

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This year, the Easter decorations around Paphos have only just started to appear. Possibly the wet weather has prevented people from putting them out. However, The Mall doesn't have to worry about that, so their decorations are already on display.

Stand Up

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I took these pictures with my phone, so they are a bit blurry compared to the usual shots.

Easter Seat

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There was an Easter Seat at the top of the escalators. It was proving very popular with the adults...

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New Chicken

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There were two of these chickens about too.

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