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Moutoullas (Greek: Μουτουλλάς) is a mountain village in Cyprus in the Nicosia District, located at an altitude of 900m (2500 ft) in the Marathasa Valley of the Troodos mountain range.

The village is well known for its mineral water which is bottled and sold island-wide.

Villager near Moutoullas, 1878

The old village church, the 13th century chapel of Panayia tou Moutoulla is one of the earliest dated examples of the steep-pitched wooden roof type with frescoes built around 1280 and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.[1]

By the 2001 census it had a total population of 294

Postal code 2866

Persons

Monument of Fallen and Missing Persons from Moutoullas as result of the Turkish Invasion

Christakis A. Kalogirou, Killed in Limnitis fighting against the Turkish Invaders , 22 July 1974

Michalakis D. Kontouris, Killed fighting against the Turkish Invaders , 22 July 1974, he was 28 years old.

Marios I. Ypsou, Killed in Dikomo fighting against the Turkish Invaders , 24 July 1974

Ioannis A. Eleftheriou, Killed in Agridaki fighting against the Turkish Invaders, 31 July 1974

Michalakis Christodoulou, Killed fighting against the Turkish Invaders , 15 August 1974

Second Lieutenant Sokratis K. Konstantinidis, killed in a landmine explosion , 3 March 1994 in the region of Pyla

Images Cyprus, Nicosia District

Painted Churches in the Troodos Region - UNESCO World Heritage

Archangelos Michail, Pedoulas | Panagia tis Podithou, Galata | Panagia tis Asinou, oder Panagia tis Forviotissas | Agiou Ioanni tou Lampadisti, Kalopanagiotis (Monastery)| Timiou Stavrou tou Agiasmati , Platanistasa | Timiou Stavrou, Pelentri | Panagia tou Moutoulla | Metamorfoseos Sotira (Agia Sotira), Palaichori | Panagia tou Arakos, Lagoudera | Agiou Nikolaou tis Stegis, Kakopetria

Districts of Cyprus

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