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“The Neolithic Age settlement of Tenta is situated a short distance from Kalavasos Village and dates to 7000 BC. It is one of the most significant Neolithic settlements on the island, and is covered by a characteristic cone-shaped roof, which forms a contemporary architectural intervention in the landscape. According to local tradition, the name of the site goes back to 327 AD when St. Helen - the mother of Constantine the Great - stayed in a tent (‘tenta’) in this location during her visit to the island following the discovery of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. ”
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“Visit the tavern late in the afternoon and sit outside. Very good food and nice area.”
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“Vasilikos Power Station is the newest power plant of Electricity Authority of Cyprus, located between Larnaca and Limassol.”
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“Tochni is a beautiful village located, about halfway between the cities of Larnaca and Limassol; you can find it just inland a little from Zygi on the way up to Lefkara. Prior to 1974, Tochni had a mixed Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot population. In August 1974, 85 Turkish Cypriot inhabitants of this village and of neighbouring villages were massacred by Greek Cypriot militias. There are the ruins of a Latin church in the centre of the village, overlooking the Orthodox church of St Constantine and Helena. The current church has been reconstructed on the site of the original, over a bridge, said to have been founded by St Helena on return from the Holy Land having brought with her a piece of the True Cross. There is also a mosque, madrasah and Muslim burial ground in the eastern part of the village, though these are in varying degrees of disrepair. Today the village has been designated a beautiful 'agro tourism' location which promotes the restoration of the original village house in order to preserve the traditional Cypriot stone houses. The majority of properties use 'Tochni Stone' which is quarried nearby. You can also rent a bike and explore the nearby countryside ”
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