Cyprus Mail

Tender for Archangelos Michael church conservation in occupied Lefkonoiko announced

A tender for conservation works of Archangelos Michael church, in the Turkish occupied village of Lefkonoiko, has been launched by the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage, the UNDP and the European Commission.

“Archangelos Michael Church was included as a conservation project among the very first priorities of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage in 2009 together with Arnavut Mosque in Limassol in recognition of the importance of both monuments,” an UNFICYP press release says.

“Due to factors beyond the Committee’s control it took until today for the project to move forward,” it explains, adding that “the Committee is very happy to announce the launch of tenders for this important project” today.

This, it notes, “is an additional contribution of the Technical Committee on Cultural Heritage to the preservation of the cultural heritage of Cyprus for the benefit of future generations.”

UNDP will accept offers till August 8, 2016.

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