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. 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 incident took place late at night in June, 2017 in Limassol when the 45-year-old man together with four other men assaulted a 48-year-old man in a tavern in Limassol.
"2019 marks the continuation of the planned projects and the implementation of a series of new projects for Limassol, on the basis of the political decisions and priorities set by the town council," said Limassol Mayor Nicos Nicolaides,
The new terminal at DP World Limassol was inaugurated by Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades; Minister of Transport, Communications and Works, Vassiliki Anastassiadou; the Mayor of Limassol, Nicos Nicolaides, of Cyprus, and DP World Group Chairman and CEO, Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem in the presence of a large gathering of 300 officials.
The new cruise passenger terminal at DP World Limassol has been inaugurated by Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, Minister of Transport, Communications and Works Vassiliki Anastassiadou, Limassol Mayor Nicos Nicolaides and DP World group chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem.
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.
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.
Marina Roof bar is hosting the event on its rooftop bar inviting all to sway to the beat and enjoy views of the Limassol Marina.
On average Limassol is the most expensive place to dine at the beach but prices vary as range of restaurants, hotels and beach bars are included.
Charles Meaby, general manager, DP World Limassol said: "With the opening of this new terminal, all our visitors will enjoy an even more impressive welcome.