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Athienou is a suburb in the Larnaca district in Cyprus. More specifically it is located in the Mesaoria plain, amongst Nicosia and Larnaca.  It is one of the three villages which are built in the United Nations dead zone. Specifically 65% of the municipality is occupied. It has a population of 6000...
The Malloura Archaeological Site is located in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. The archaeological excavations have been conducted since 1990 in the location of Malloura which is situated about 6 kilometres southwest of the village of Athienou. The excavations have been managed by...
The Agiou Georgiou Church is situated in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. It was built around 1880 as the inscription states on the main entrance of the temple. The bell tower is newer than the church as was built in 1929. The murals in the church have a peculiar renaissance are...
The Kallinikeio Museum is situated in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. It is housed in the Kallinikeio Municipal Hall, along with the Athienou Town Hall. The creation of the museum was a matter of time for the municipality. Athienou has a rich cultural heritage and its existence is...
The Agiou Foka Church is situated in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. The church is dated at the same era as the Agios Georgios Church, which is around 1880.  It is mentioned that the village of Athienou was divided into two groups, the upper and lower residents. One group built...
The Agiou Epifaniou Church is situated in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. It was built in 1994 at the edge of the village with donations from the villagers. The previous chapel of Agios Epifanios is located in the occupied area of Oros tou Piriou. It is a one room church with a...
The Panagia Chryseleousa Church is situated in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and was built in 1947. The foundation stone was deposited by the Metropolites Derkon Ioakeim and Serdeon Adamantion of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, who were here to...
Larnaca is a town in the southeast coast of Cyprus. It is the successor town of ancient Kition one of the most important kingdoms in ancient Cyprus. It is also the birthplace of the well-known ancient philosopher Zinona. The Larnaca district is one of the 6 districts in Cyprus and is the fifth...
The Larnaca district is one of the 6 districts in Cyprus and is the fifth largest on the island. It has an extent of 1120 square kilometres. Larnaca is then divided into 6 municipalities and 53 communities/villages. The municipalities are: Aradippou, Athienou, Drimolaxia – Meneou, Larnaca, Livadia...
The Old Church Panagia Chryseleousa is located in the village of Athienou in the Larnaca district. It was built in 1711 which is the date inscribed on top of the north gate of the church. The pulpit, the shrine and the iconostasis are dated to the last quarter of the 18th century as the internal...

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