CYPRUS: PROJECTS FOR PAFOS, EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE 2017
There will be presented next week the renovations and improvements planned for Pafos, in view of the role of European Capital of Culture that the city will take over in 2017.
Current projects are estimated at 8.3 million euros and include the upgrading works on the squares: October 28, Dionysios Solomos and Kosti Palama. In the first phase there are also included the work of the old town (Ktima) and Kennedy Plaza. Projects must adhere to a specific timetable, having to be completed by January 1, 2017.
Other works of upgrading, due out next month, providing for the expansion of the municipal market, with the reorganization of the interior spaces and the construction of an outdoor plaza.
There are late the work of the Tomb of the Kings road, one of the busiest streets of the city, which will be part of a ring road around the city. The project has an estimated cost of over 10 million euros already allocated by the Ministry of Public Works.