Inspired by the students participating in the project, our own students created portraits of their new friends.
Inspired by the Surrealism technique the students of Konstantinoupoleos Gymnasium created their own work of art.
In the past Cypriot men used to wear a special kind of loose trousers called vraka and a vest. In most areas of the island the style of vrakas did not vary. What was different was the vest which changed…
In the past the wedding outfits in Karpasia had a rich scarlet colour. That colour was made using the roots of the madder plant.
This traditional costume was worn in Mesaoria and Pitsilia in the early 20th century. Many females used to wear this outfit in the rural areas.
"Sayia" is the name given to the outside part of women’s traditional outfit. This specific type of clothing was worn by women in two different areas of Cyprus, Paphos and Karpasia.
The presentation depicts the famous epic hero Digenis Akritas and some of his accomplishments. Also two more stories are included, a humorous one and a fairy tale with a moral meaning.
The song, performed by the school choir and orchestra of our school, is dedicated to mothers and is expressing the gratitude and appreciation that a child feels.The music was composed by Andros Papapavlou, who is the music teacher at Konstantinoupoleos…
The students of Konstantinoupoleos Gymnasium have prepared Easter eggs and candles. Preparation of easter eggs and easter candles from ShareMyEmotions
Easter is an important occasion in Cyprus. This is a brief description of the customs and traditions of the island.