Limassol


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Limassol

(lēmäsôl`), city (1992 pop. 87,091), S Cyprus, on Akrotiri Bay. It is a district administrative center, a port, and a resort. Wine and agricultural goods are exported. Chrome and asbestos are mined in the district. At Limassol, in 1191, Richard I of England married Berengaria of Navarre.

Limassol

 

(Greek Lemesos), a city on the southern coast of the Republic of Cyprus; administrative center of the district of Limassol. Population, 51,500 (1970). Limassol is an important port for exports on the Mediterranean Sea. The city is the center for the production of wine and cognac in the country. Textiles and cement are also produced in Limassol.

Limassol

a port in S Cyprus: trading centre. Pop.: 163 000 (2005 est.)
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The Ocean Investigator arrived at the Limassol port at around 8.
DP world Limassol has a draft of up to 11 metres (tide free) and three 400 metre berths that can accommodate cruise vessels.
According to DP World, its Limassol port features a tide-free draft of up to 11m and three 400m berths that can accommodate cruise vessels.
The giant cruise ship with a length of 345 meters departed Limassol at 5pm continuing its journey through the Mediterranean.
Limassol Marina's spa and fitness club, dining, shopping and cultural facilities are all fully operational and situated just moments away from each villa.
A large number of hotels sprung up after Turkey took over northern Cyprus in 1974 as the Greek Cypriots sought to build up Limassol to replace the Turkish-controlled tourist town of Famagusta.
He added the crews were not only called to the city centre where the biggest problems were observed but also to the suburbs of Limassol and to areas such as Polemidia and Ipsonas.
The event was addressed by Finance Minister Harris Georgiades who briefly elaborated on Cyprus' recent economic and developmental advancements, and emphasised that together with other factors, projects similar to the Limassol Del Mar are the driving force to both its hosting city and the overall economy.
It specialises in property sales, property re-sales and property rentals in the area of Limassol in Cyprus.
In Limassol, the King and Queen of the Limassol Carnival led the children's parade on Sundaymorning.
When the first superyacht sailed into Limassol Marina back in 2013, few could believe that this would be the beginning of a new era for Cyprus.