Coming soon... Berengaria Village Limassol

Berengaria covers an area of 260 acres that were expropriated in 1954 by the British government and used to house the families of officers who served in Akrotiri and Episkopi bases. The British bases closed the village in 1998, when they moved everyone in Episkopi area. 

Since then, many are those who secretly entered the area to satisfy their curiosity which the enclosed settlement often builds.

Many British, who once lived there, manage (irregularly and dangerously) to visit their old neighborhoods. 

Projects happening in Limassol in 2016-2017 

1. The connection of the coastal avenue with Avenue Franklin Roosevelt. 
2. Reformation of Ayias Fylaxeos avenue. 
3. Restoration of Papadakis Warehouse and its transformation into a Municipal Artistic Center. 
4. Construction of the Zoo aquarium. 
5. The creation of five breakwaters in the sea area of Yermasoyia. 
6. Construction of a Fire Station in Limassol. 
7. The three-year program of the Berengaria settlement’s demolition 
8. Expansion and improvement of Makarios Avenue in Ypsonas area.

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