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Pano Amiantos

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A brief description of the Pano Amiantos village.
 
The mining activities which faced out the forest in the area began in 1904 and ended in 1988, as a result of the international campaign against the use of asbestos. A government initiative which was completed in 2008, turned the area into a geological park. The small settlement of Pano Amiantos is today abandoned.
 
 
 
What to See?
 
 

Asbestos Mines: stop at the View Point just above the asbestos mine.

Almirolivado and Kampos tou Livadiou Picnic Areas: on the way to Troodos Square. Both sites are signposted.

Mnimata ton Piscopon Nature Trail: The trail provides magnificent views of the Solea valley and takes you to an area above Kakopetria. The trail is 8 km long.

 

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