Events

The University of Athens in collaboration with the University of Cyprus organized anti-occupational events for Cyprus, in Messinia, Attika and in Schino dedicated to the victims of the Turkish invasion in Cyprus, with the participation of the Dance Group of the University of Cyprus.


The Dance Group of the University of Cyprus during the event.


Professor Andreas Voskos during his speech.


The Dance Group of the University of Cyprus during their guided tour in the Centre For Hellenism Damianos Foundation.


General view of the theater.


General view of the theater.

Residents of the area and many visitors had the opportunity to attend the event where they enjoyed traditional Cypriot dances and songs.

The Committee of Athens University for Cyprus in co operation with the University of Cyprus organised manifestations in various places of Greece in order to promote the Cultural Heritage and the National Issue of Cyprus. On Wednesday 18th July, 2012 the dancing group of the University under the leadership of Professor Andreas Voskos presented traditional songs and dances at the Centre for Hellenism Damianos Foundation.


The students of the Dancing group of the University of Cyprus.


Traditional dances from Cyprus.


The founder of the Centre for Hellenism Damianos Foundation Mr. Damianos Constantinou ,Member of the Greek Parliament Mr Miltiades Varvitsiotis and Professor Andreas Voskos.

Among the distinguished guests were Mr. Miltiadis Varvitsiotis and Mr. Thalis Mylonas president of the Institute of Inter-Balkan relations.

On Saturday 23rd June, 2012 a student delegation of the American Hellenic Institute visited the Centre for Hellenism Damianos Foundation.

The students accompanied by the president of AHI Mr. Nick Larigakis, enjoyed the tour and they exchanged in dialogue views and perspectives regarding U.S. relations with Greece and Cyprus with Mr. Damianos Constantinou.

Students' Comments(AHI)

On Sunday 17th July, 2011 at 20:00 the dancing group of the University of Cyprus under the leadership of Professor Andreas Voskos presented traditional songs and dances of Cyprus at the theatre of the Centre for Hellenism Damianos Foundation at Schinos Loutrakiou.

Mr. Damianos Constantinou after welcoming the guests, he set the tone of the evening and invited the Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus in Greece Mr. Joseph Joseph who reassured for the continuation of struggle for the reunification of Cyprus.


Mrs. Maria Damiri president of the Centre of Art Culture & Environment, the priest Mr. Andreas Kallergis, the Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Joseph Joseph, Mr. Damianos Constantinou founder of the Centre for Hellenism Damianos Foundation and Professor of Athens University Mr. Andreas Voskos.


The Dancing Group of the University of Cyprus.


The Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Joseph Joseph.


Mr. Damianos Constantinou founder of the Centre for Hellenism Damianos Foundation during his speech.