Agnieszka Rakoczy

Agnieszka Rakoczy

In a career that has taken her from her native Poland to the UK, Japan, parts of Africa and throughout the Eastern Mediterranean, Agnieszka Rakoczy made Cyprus her base. Her articles, interviews and profiles of the island’s artists, writers and political figures have been a regular feature of the Cyprus Mail over the last two decades


image ‘In Cyprus you cannot live off music’
image Mediaeval aristocratic women brought back to life
image Uncle Mete: the ‘go to’ man on Cyprus
image ‘Six minutes that changed my life’
image Giving the power of creativity a home
image Proud of a 40-year service with UN
image Deputy minister believes in the power of culture
image Turkish Cypriot pianist grew up with music
image Poet is deeply connected to her past
image Lawyer fighting to secure justice abroad
image Possibly the best-known Englishman in Cyprus
image Venerated dancer’s life a series of turning points
image Fragments from a vanished world
image The man with the greenest fingers in Cyprus
image The freedom to escape
image Poet’s love affair with the power of words
image Asylum seekers trapped in no man’s land
image Street artist in love with Nicosia