The Easter Decorations are Beginning To Appear!

Published 10th of April, 2019

Topical Butterfly

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This was nice, and very topical. If you haven't been in Paphos recently, it is currently being visited by millions of migrating butterflies. Keep an eye on our Facebook page, as we will post some more pictures of them soon.

Easter Egg

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This egg, by the main entrance, looked very nice.

Close Up

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Anyway, what's happening outside?

Mall Easter Greeting

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Outside, the Mall had their traditional Easter Greeting. However, the roundabouts have yet to get their displays.

Polemi Basket

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This is the sort of thing we will eventually see on the roundabouts etc. The basket in Polemi is either freshly made or it has had a fresh lick of paint. It look very nice anyway.

Remember, Cyprus Easter is celebrated a week after Easter in the UK this year. So there is still two and a half weeks before Easter Sunday. If previous years are anything to go by, the roundabouts are going to get a makeover. If you want to see what they looked like last year, check out the blogs below....

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