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Panayia (Greek: Παναγιά) is a mountain village in Cyprus, located at an altitude of 800m in the Paphos mountain range. Archbishop Makarios III, the first president of the Republic of Cyprus, was born in Panayia

The village is known for its unique wildlife, among which, the Mouflon is protected by Cyprus and International laws as an endangered species.

By the 2001 census Panayia had a total population of 564.[1]

Giorgos Lillikas

Panagia (*)


Location of Panagia
Coordinates: 34°54′N 32°37′E / 34.9, 32.617

Country Cyprus
District Pafos District

- Mayor

Elevation 900 m (2,953 ft)
Population (2001)
- Total 564

Time zone EET (UTC+2)
- Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)


Images Cyprus, Paphos District

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