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Κυριακή, 15 Ιουλίου 2018

Germasoyia dam

The dam was built at 1968 between Germasoyia and Finikaria, The dam gets water from the Amathos river. It can hold 13.5 million cubical meters of water and 110 hectares

19 February 2012

19 February 2012

18 December 2009, small stream at Akrounta that flows into the dam

18 February 2012

17 July 2011

Κυριακή, 1 Ιουλίου 2018

Birds of cyprus

Spur-winged lapwing (lady's mile)

Cormoran  (Alassa park)

hoopoe (fassuri reed beds)

Hooded crow (Yermasoyia)

Crested Lark (akamas)

Flamingo (Larnaca salt lake)


Παρασκευή, 15 Ιουνίου 2018

Omodos village

"Omodos is located about 42 kilometres north-west of the city of Limassol, in the geographical region of the wine-making villages. It is built near the west bank of the Cha-potami river at an average altitude of 810 meters. The village is surrounded by tall mountaintops, the tallest of which are "Afames" (1153 m.) and "Kremmos of Laona" (Laona's Cliff, 1092 m.).
The village receives an annual average rainfall of about 760 millimetres; vines and various fruit-trees (apple, plum, pear, peach, and apricot trees) are cultivated in the region. There also are uncultivated areas that are taken over by varied natural vegetation. A small part of the village -in its north part -is taken up by the state forest of Pafos."




Δευτέρα, 14 Μαΐου 2018

Ancient Inventions Exhibition

for info on the exhibition, visit here
http://www.limassolmarina.com/whats-on/382/1651/ancient-inventions-exhibition

 the hydraulic clock of ktesibios

automatic navigation and automotion-the myth of Dyinosus

birds chip when owl not looking

chess-like game

strategy games


-the aeolosphere of heron


-the alarm clock of plato

-the antikythera calculating mechanism


the automatic dispencer of philon


the automatic holy water server with coin collection


the automatic servant of Philon

the belly-bow



the fire pump of Ktesibios and Heron


the flying pigeon of Archytas


the hydraulic clock of Ktesibios 



-the pantograph of Heron


the quadrant of Hipparchus


the vaginal speculum