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Green Forest: Cyprus' leading landscaping company
 
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From spacious garden centers to unparalleled landscape design, construction and maintenance, Green Forest is, for both private and commercial properties, a one-stop solution for all your gardening needs. www.greenforest.com.cy
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Green forest
 
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Yoichiro Yoshikawa (吉川洋一郎) - Cyprus (1988) [Full Album]
 
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Tracklist: Side A 00:00 Tarawa 04:03 Fiesta Del Fuego 07:48 Im Wald Nöerdlingens 12:31 ΚΥΠΡΟΣ (Cyprus) 16:28 Nube Side B 18:34 Nebraska 23:01 Ponape Island In The Afternoon 25:39 Dryad At 4 A.M. (Piano) 29:49 Die Gottes Auferstehung 34:05 The Miracle Planet (Piano) Rip of the 1988 LP release from Eastworld.
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Green Forest
 
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Green Forest - more words, more stories!
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Paradise on Cyprus-beautiful place middle of the forest in Kambia village
 
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Giant Green Insect While On Location in Cyprus. One Of The Biggest Bugs I Have Ever Seen.
 
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Captured a large green insect on film while covering a wedding in Cyprus. The uninvited guest was spotted by a startled bridesmaid. This must be one of the biggest insects I have ever photographed. http://www.fuoco.co.uk
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A week in Cyprus (Paphos, Akamas and Ayia Napa) 2018
 
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Short video on how I've spent one week in Cyprus during October 2018 holiday. On the west side I've spent 3 days in Pahos and easly got in Coral Bay, Akamas (north) and in the forrest at Millomeris Watterfalls. In East 4 days were enought to see Ayia Napa and to travel very quick to Nissi Beach, Cape Greco, Sea Caves, Cyclops Cave and Green bay for a diving. Sound: Summer Sax Melodic & Saxophone Deep House Summer Mix Gears: Hero 4 Black DJI Mavic Spark Galaxy Note 8 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/storiada/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/storiada.ro Website: http://storiada.ro
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Multifunctional forestry in Cyprus
 
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EU funds from the LIFE programme support sustainable development approaches in the Troodos national forest park.
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Greening the Desert: Tree Tour
 
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I'm at the Jordan permaculture project 'Greening the Desert,' and I've filmed a casual tour of the site and included a list of our plants below. It's taken the team 10-years to get to where we are now and everyone is doing a fantastic job turning this arid desert land into a green oasis. Even in harsh climates and landscapes, we can provide examples of hope by design and education extension. ✌️ If you'd like to follow my work, I’d like to invite you to join “The Permaculture Circle” (TPC), a free and vibrant online community for anyone passionate about permaculture where I share many of my projects plus my curated collection of 100+ videos, animations, and PDFs http://start.geofflawtononline.com/permaculturecircle/ 2018 Food Forest Plant List: Latin name; Common Name(s) Acacia saligna, Fabaceae: Orange wattle, Port Jackson wattle Albizia lebbeck: Lebbeck, lebbek tree, flea tree, frywood, koko, siris, Shak Shak Tree and woman's tongue tree Allocasuarina torulosa: Forest Oak, Rose Sheoak Azadirachta indica: Neem Basella Rubra: Ceylon Spinach Buddleja saligna: False olive Carpobrotus edulis: Pigface, iceplant Cassia: Cassia Ceratonia siliqua: Carob Cyprus Cupressus sempervirens: Mediterranean cypress Corchorus olitorius: Molokhia Delonix regia: Flame tree, Royal Poinciana, Flamboyant Dodonaea viscosa subsp. angustifolia, Sapindaceae: Broad leaf hopbush, candlewood, giant hopbush, narrow leaf hopbush, sticky hopbush, native hop bush, soapwood, switchsorrel, wedge leaf hopbush, and native hop Dovyalis caffra: Kei Apple Ficus carica: Fig Gleditsia triacanthos: Honey Locust Grape Guava Hibiscus tiliaceus: Cottonwood tree, sea hibuscus, beach hibiscus Hymenaea courbaril: Brazilian cherry Kumquat Lemon Leucaena leucocephala: Leuceana Lime Moringa oleifera: Moringa Mulberry Olea europaea: Olive Orange Parkinsonia aculeata: Jerusalem thorn Papaya Passion Fruit Phoenix dactylifera: Dates Prosopis juliflora: Prosopis, mequite Pomelo Punica granatum: Pomegranate Senna bicapsularis: Christmas Bush, Winter Cassia, Butterfly Cassia Sesbania sesban: Egyptian riverhemp Sissoo Spinach: Brazilian Spinach Sphagneticola Trilobata: Singapore Daisy Solanum melongena: Eggplant (black beauty) Tamarix spp: Tamarix, salt cedar Tecoma stans: Yellow Trumpetbush, Yellow Elder Tipuana tipu: Tipuana, Rosewood, Pride of Bolivia Tussilago farfara: Ethiopian cabbage Vachellia farnesiana: Fragrant Acacia, Needle Bush Washingtonia Robusta: Washingtonia Palm
Bald Cypress Grove
 
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The slow growing Bald Cypress, native to hot, moist marsh sites is a very popular tree for bonsai with its beautiful bark and green airy growth. It can be cultivated in a wide range of soils from boggy marsh sites to well-drained areas where it would not grow naturally. This low maintenance, moisture loving tree is excellent for the bonsai beginner as it is so easy to grow. Bald Cypress bonsai are frequently planted in groups in a single container, forming a "Bonsai forest." Or “grove”. Presented as a grove of several individual trees, the bald cypress’s delicate, lime-green foliage beautifully contrasts its cherry-colored bark. Its branching has an open, airy quality that’s particularly appealing during hot summer months. It is loved as a bonsai for the unique quality of its light, feathery foliage and orange-brown fall color. When grown in boggy, swampy conditions, the trunk has a wonderful tendency to develop thick “knees” making it an interesting addition to any garden. The Bald Cypress requires a consistent climate with hot summers for ideal growth; when planted in areas with cooler summers, growth is healthy but much slower. As a deciduous tree, this bonsai is healthiest when kept outdoors year round. Adequate protection from winter weather is essential; be sure to insulate the roots of your bonsai with an ample covering of leaves and needles and give it shelter from wind and extreme cold temperatures. The use of a cold frame or shed would be beneficial during dormancy. This bonsai thrives in full sun, and because of this, special attention must also be paid to its mutual desire to be in moist conditions. If it is desirable to bring your Bald Cypress grove indoors, it should only be for very limited periods in a bright southern facing location that receives ample sunlight, and not during its natural dormancy period. The rot resistant Bald Cypress Bonsai thrives in a very wet almost swampy soil making it a perfect plant for people who enjoy watering. Too much water for other plants will be the Bald Cypress’s heaven! Water the bonsai from overhead to simulate rain falling from above, and fill the pot almost to the rim with water. During the summer months, especially if kept outside— which is preferred for this type of bonsai— you may have to water your bonsai twice a day or keep the pot submerged almost to the rim during the summer months; this method allows greater freedom for travel and mimics the natural environment in which this type of tree thrives. You will want to fertilize your Bald Cypress Bonsai once a week during the springtime, tapering off to once every two weeks during the late spring through fall. Stop fertilizing in late fall to early winter, so your tree can go dormant until next spring.
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Troodos Mountains Cyprus
 
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GreenCyprusCom: let’s return the title of the “Green Island” to Cyprus!
 
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Many years ago, Cyprus was called the “green island" – it was covered by forests by more than a half. Due to multiple factors, including regular forest fires that resulting in more than 40 thousand hectares of forest vegetation perished in 100 years, today, the forest area does not exceed 25% of the overall territory of the island. GreenCyprusCom is a non-profit organization founded in 2016, which is committed to restoration of the forest flora of the island with the support of the Department of Forests. The mission GreenCyprusCom is to form a civil public movement of Cypriots and guests of the island, aimed at reforestation and restoration of the ecosystem of Cyprus and at to motivate the island's citizens as hosts to personally participate in restoration of the forests. Our target is to plant more than 100,000 trees and return the title of the “Green Island” to Cyprus! Join us! https://greencyprus.com
FOREST PARK HOTEL-PLATRES CYPRUS
 
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HISTORY The Forest Park Hotel was founded by George. H. Skyrianides. The construction started in 1932 in Pano Platres with architecture plans by Samuel Barkai, supervised by Civil Engineer Benzian Ginsburg and officially opened in July 1936. The hotel stands amidst its own forest and gardens. It was then the only hotel in Cyprus able to cater for its clients with international standards such as individual bathrooms, large Ballroom, Dinning Rooms, Bar, Library, Lounge, Billiards room, Tennis court and its own power generator. It was in a position to cater for the discerning clients and royalties of the time. Originally the hotel had 70 bedrooms and then between 1946 and 1948 a further 30 wereadded, totalling 100 rooms. At the time this was a large hotel for Cyprus standards. During the Second World War the hotel in 1941 – 1943 was commandeered as an Army Hospital. It had a similar fate during the Suez Canal Operation in 1956; when it was taken over to act as Head quarters for the Field Records. In 1960s with the declaration of the Cyprus Republic independence, the hotel was registered, as Forest Park Hotel In 1962 Hercules Skyrianides enter the company as Assistant Manager. A year later, an outdoor half Olympic size and a small children’s swimming pool were built in the grounds. In 1972 the hotel was made into a limited company by the name of Skyrianides Hotels Ltd. The ownership was then transferred to George Skyrianides Children, Hercules, Anthony and Daphne as the shareholders of the company. Anthony Skyrianides also joined in 1974 as Assistant Manager. In the early seventies, a third floor was added with ten rooms and major refurbishments were carried out. In the early eighties, six chalet suites were built in the grounds, mainly for the Arab Sheikhs - amongst them the Leaders of Kuwait and Qatar. The hotel underwent major renovations in the late 80's and early 90's. After refurbishing the existing rooms a new extension of 54 new rooms were built in 1992 and were completed in 1995. The new extension also consists of indoor heated pool, gymnasium, sauna, jacuzzi, hairdressing salon, massage room and a new conference room. The hotel reached the final number of 137 rooms. The late George H. Skyrianides passed away in June 2001, at the age of 94. In 2002 the eldest son of Antony Skyrianides, George and in 2005 the youngest son, Marios after finishing their studies of Hospitality Management in Switzerland, joined the hotel both as part of the Management. During the winter months of 2003, the hotel went through major renovations with a facelift of the public areas and reopened its doors in the March 2004. After the renovations Mr. Hercules, Mr. Anthony Skyrianides and Mrs Dafni Demetriadou, became directors and a new General Manager was appointed, Mr. Vassos Vassiliou. When the hotel reopened in 2004 more family members like Sofianna and Polina Demetriadou (daughters of Dafni) and Gisselle Skyrianidou (wife of George), joined the hotel to assist in many various positions. The Forest Park Hotel is a family run 4 star hotel and under the personal supervision of the owners, in their fourth generation.
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FOREST FIRE KYRENIA CYPRUS.AVI
 
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A big forest fire in august 2012 on outskirts of kyrenia
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Cyprus Forest | HD
 
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3+ minutes of a relaxing video into a forest in Cyprus.
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DEADLIEST Creatures Of The Amazon!
 
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Check out the deadliest creatures of the amazon! These top 10 dangerous animals and deadly river monsters lurk in the waters of the amazon! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "Most AMAZING Spiders In The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/AOYsD2zQPe4 Watch our "Most TERRIFYING Extinct Creatures Ever!" video here: https://youtu.be/ZQ2duvyaqfw Watch our "AMAZING Animal Superpowers!" video here: https://youtu.be/RWrJtOVN_y4 8: Green Anaconda 7: Poison Dart Frog 6: Harpy Eagle 5: Jaguar 4: Brazilian Wandering Spider 3: Black Caiman 2: South American Rattlesnake 1: Bull Shark
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Kavos hill, Protaras, Cyprus Cape Greko National Forest Park
 
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Agioi Anargyroi church at Cape Greco Ayia Napa Protaras Natural Bridge Kavos hill Sougla Cyprus Cape Greko National Forest Park Музычка: Palm Vision - Already Through Немного информации на каком-то ресурсе: http://lifeistravel.com.ua/kipr/item/1221-chto-posmotret-na-kipre-mys-greko-poleznaya-informatsiya-foto.html #Kavos #Protaras #Cyprus
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William and Kate land in Cyprus as they make a visit to RAF base
 
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William and Kate land in Cyprus as they make a visit to RAF base: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6462263/William-Kate-land-Cyprus-make-whirlwind-visit-RAF-base.html. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqi7z1Xa_8CBhQStlApH8ww?sub_confirmation=1 The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today brought some festive cheer to the Royal Air Force personnel who will be stationed in Cyprus over the Christmas period by delivering presents from their families.Prince William and Kate arrived at RAF Akrotiri this afternoon on a special 'Royal Mail' flight loaded with gifts and cards from relatives, as they praised the men and women for doing their work 'without fanfare'.Many of the presents had been given to the royal couple yesterday at a party they threw at Kensington Palace in London for the wives, husbands, children and parents of staff from RAF Coningsby and RAF Marham, who will be spending Christmas away from home. This afternoon, they touched down at RAF Akrotiri on the government's Voyager aircraft, which is used by the Royal Family and ministers, after making the five-hour flight from the UK.Kate looked elegantly casual as she stepped off the plane in wide-legged trousers, a white silk shirt and a khaki jacket, with her hair half swept off her face.  Copy Kate in a khaki blazer by Smythe $695 Smythe 'Duchess' blazer Buy the forest green version at Revolve Buy now  Only last night the Duchess of Cambridge wowed in a stunning Jenny Packham gown at Buckingham Palace, but it was back to normal attire today.  For a visit to Cyprus, Kate wore a pair of flattering black wide-leg trousers which she teamed with a green blazer by one of her go-to labels, Smythe. She then finished off with a simple white top, a buckled belt and an L.K. Bennett bag in a matching hue.  Kate lived up to her reputation for recycling her favorite wardrobe pieces, as we first spotted her wearing this blazer back in 2016. It’s a really timeless piece so we’re not surprised it’s become one of her staples! The tailored fit and military style buttons give it a luxe look, whilst the green color makes a refreshing change from traditional black suit blazers.  If you’re a fan, the good news is you can click (right) to shop a darker green version. Team it with black trousers a la Kate, or skinny jeans for a smart/casual balance.  For even more options, head to the carousel where we’ve hand-picked the best of the rest. We’re sure the Duchess would approve of the smart styles by Calvin Klein, Reiss, Kohl's and L’Agence. * PRICES MAY NOT BE AS ADVERTISED ...NOW GET ONE LIKE IT Previous Next $175 L.K. Bennett 'Dora' suede clutch (now reduced to £119) Buy now $77.40 Calvin Klein blazer Buy now $425 Reiss 'Etta' blazer (now $230) Buy now $595 L'Agence 'Kenzie' blazer at Farfetch (now $357) Buy now $44.99 Kohl's blazer Buy now And William said: 'All of this work is done without fanfare. You don't seek praise for your contribution. It's not about credit or recognition – for you, it's just about service. But as we approach Christmas, Catherine and I feel strongly that praise for your work and recognition of your sacrifices is exactly what is due to you all.'From my time in uniform, we both know a bit o #William, #Kate, #land, #Cyprus, #they, #make, #visit, #RAF, #base #William, #Kate, #land, #Cyprus, #make, #whirlwind, #visit, #RAF, #base
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Green Forest: Movie Project #010
 
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The landscaping part of a luxurious villa in Aphrodite Hills. The front is covered with bonsai conifer plants whilst the pool and back area is covered with grass, ornamental trees, herbs and aromatic plants. Everything from design, construction and maintenance is done by Green Forest; Cyprus' leading landscaping company. For more info www.greenforest.com.cy Green Forest © 2013 All rights reserved.
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Troodos and Paphos forest - waterfalls, bridges & walks
 
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Cyprus has a few streams running year round. In summer they make for cool green pristine spots in complete antithesis to the dry Cyprus summer climate and the congested coastline. Explore the secret green Cyprus.
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Cyta Forest
 
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It's a pro environment campaign created in Cyprus by CYTA. The locations are in a burned forest and then in an untouched one-both in Cyprus. The green paint on little girl's fingers symbolizes the protestors at Bali's Conference for Climate Change.
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Cyprus is not just beaches
 
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Cyprus may have some top class beaches, but its natural heritage is not restricted to those. A large part of it is covered with largely pristine forests, that are cool and green even during the hottest summer days. Great for exploration by foot or on mountain bike. If you are lucky, early in the morning or late in the afternoon you may also see some elusive moufflon.
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Green Forest Landscapes cutting tree down
 
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Making room for a new home
Cyprus entry Eurovision 2018 Semi Final
 
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Eurovision 2018 Portugal Cyprus Semi Final Competition
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Reviving Cyprus forests: movie by Kira Altman
 
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Many centuries ago, Cyprus was known as the “green island” with more than a half of its territory being covered with green forests. Due to various external factors, including devastating forest fires, today the Cyprus forest area covers not more than 25% of the territory of the island. In the last hundred years, Cyprus has experienced three major fires, which destroyed almost 400 sq. kilometers of forest greenery. GreenCyprusCom is a non-profit organization, which has launched the reforestation project of the island with the support of the Department of Forests of the Republic of Cyprus. For more information on the reforestation project, visit our websites: http://green-cyprus.com |http://adopt-atree.com/
Cyprus forest
 
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Cyprus forest, a day out at Pomos forest area.
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Knossos, an impressive villa enjoying stunning sea views in Argaka, Paphos, Cyprus
 
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www.rentvillasincyprus.org Villa Knossos is located in Argaka and is a luxury, stone-built, villa with a very large pool and a tennis court.This villa lies on the edge of the Paphos forest and it overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. It provides a beautiful mountain view. Its' location is perfect to explore the neighboring areas of the west cost. Nestled in lusciously green orange groves it offers both sea and mountain views. On entering you will find an open plan ground floor, the living area is tastefully furnished and has a useable fireplace, for entertainment there is a television with satellite (limited channels) and DVD player. The dining area has a formal dining table and six chairs. The kitchen is fully fitted with a large fridge/freezer with ice maker, electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and wine cooler. The first bedroom with double bed and ensuite shower room is situated on the ground floor along with a separate cloakroom. The remaining three double bedrooms each with ensuite facilities and a private balcony are located on the first floor. The master bedroom features an ensuite bathroom. Argaka is a 10 min drive from the town of Polis which is served by the fishing port of Latchi—a pole of attraction all the year round and reputed for its fish taverns, its sea-sport facilities and boat rides up to Akamas—a must for all Polis visitors The main town Paphos, is only 30 minutes away.
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4K Cyprus - Autumn Creek
 
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A secret place in Cyprus, shot and edited in 5K. Cinematography by Theodoros Nikolaides. Graded by Frederick von Sulle. Watch in 4K and enjoy.
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Best Protaras Beaches | Cyprus | Fig Tree Bay | Sunrise Beach
 
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Best Protaras Beaches: Sunrise Beach Fig Tree Bay Green bay Lombardi beach Vizakia Beach Xistaria Beach Pernera Beach Trinity Beach Лучшие пляжи в Протарасе (Кипр) #protaras, #cyprus
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Takashi Kokubo (小久保隆) - Oasis Of The Wind ~ Forest Of Ion ~ (風のオアシス~イオンの森~) (1992) [Full Album]
 
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Tracklist: 00:00 イオンの森 (Forest Of Ion) 20:42 トワイライト (Twilight) 37:14 サンクチュアリ (Sanctuary) Rip of the 1992 CD release from Teichiku Records Co. Takashi Kokubo (小久保隆) released ten albums over the course of 1992-93 in what is called the "Ion Series". These ten albums were released in two five-album sub-series, one in 1992 and one in 1993. The first sub-series, released in 1992, is titled 「都市生活者へ送る音風景」 or "Sound Scenery for City People". This album is part one of the first sub-series, making it the first album in the Ion Series.
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Takatoshi Naitoh (内藤孝敏) - In The Forest (1993) [Full Album]
 
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Tracklist: 00:00 In the Forest (Part I) 04:43 In the Forest (Part II) 10:47 In the Forest (Part III) 15:28 In the Forest (Part IV) 20:48 In the Forest (Part V) 25:40 In the Forest (Part VI) The album is comprised of a single track, titled 'In the Forest', which has three compositions broken up by collages of nature sounds or field recordings. Timestamps for the different parts of the track are listed above. Rip of the 1993 CD release from Eastworld.
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Geocaching Cyprus Gives Hope (GC1E7KH) - Troodos Fire
 
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June 2007 Fire destroys a large part of the Troodos Forest. One year later almost nothing has been done to restore the Forest. July 2008 a new fire erupts in Troodos. Not all of us can help battle the file. Geocaching Cyprus Gives Hope tries to make a small difference. Lets all help to transform Cyprus to a Green island again.
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Orthodox Church - Cyprus Churches - Famagusta Ayia Napa Protaras
 
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http://churchesincyprus.com - http://cyprussummer.com - Orthodox Church - Cyprus Churches - Famagusta Ayia Napa Protaras
Why Eleni (Cyprus) didn't win Eurovision 2018!?
 
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Odds favourite in past days was Eleni Foureira from Cyprus. She competed with song 'Fuego' and eventually came second. Israel won with 529 points, 317 points from tele voting where she got most votes and 212 from juries which placed her third at jury voting. Cyprus got 436 points. Both were top favourites in past days but Cyprus was constantly leading in odds last week And why Cyprus didn't win? Well, we can blame juries more than public. She was fifth with juries and got 183 points from them, from televoting she got 253 points which placed her second. Eleni's performance was dramatic, she started alone with red laser lights behind her then joined by four dancers and lots of fire, she lit that stage. It was good performance and because of that choreography people were comparing her to Beyonce. She made good impression all in all, and performing after Ireland helped her to stand out more since Irish singer Ryan sang ballad. After the show Eleni said: "I am so happy, this is crazy, thank you all so much. Being second in Eurovision is like you win!" then she added: "This is a dream, this is a best position Cyprus ever had in history and I feel like a winner. I can not explain how amazing I feel right now." When she was asked about Netta's victory she said: "She deserved it, she deserved it completely to win." She thanked everybody and said that she is crying because she is so happy. This is best result Cyprus had since it joined Eurovision Song Contest but we still need to wait and see when they will take the trophy home. Eurovision 2018 Songs: Albania - Eugent Bushpepa - Mall Armenia - Sevak Khanagyan - Qami Austria - Cesár Sampson - Nobody But You Australia - Jessica Mauboy - We Got Love Azerbaijan - Aisel- X My Heart Belarus - ALEKSEEV – Forever Belgium - Sennek - A Matter Of Time Bulgaria - Equinox - Bones Croatia - Franka Batelić - Crazy Cyprus - Eleni Foureira - Fuego Czech Republic - Mikolas Josef - Lie To Me Denmark - Rasmussen - Higher Ground Estonia - Elina Nechayeva - La Forza Finland - Saara Aalto - Monsters France - Madame Monsieur - Mercy F.Y.R. Macedonia - Eye Cue - Lost and Found Georgia - Ethno-Jazz Band Iriao - For You Germany - Michael Schulte - You Let Me Walk Alone Greece - Yianna Terzi - Oneiro Mou Hungary - AWS - Viszlát nyár Iceland - Ari Ólafsson - Our Choice Ireland - Ryan O'Shaughnessy - Together Israel - Netta Barzilai - Toy Italy - Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro - Non mi avete fatto niente Latvia - Laura Rizzotto - Funny Girl Lithuania - Ieva Zasimauskaitė - When We're Old Malta - Christabelle - Taboo Moldova - DoReDoS - My lucky day Montenegro - Vanja Radovanović - Inje Norway - Alexander Rybak - That's How You Write a Song Poland - Gromee - Light Me Up ft. Lukas Meijer Portugal - Cláudia Pascoal - O Jardim Romania - The Humans - Goodbye Russia - Julia Samoylova - I won't break San Marino - Jessika (feat. Jenifer Brening) - Who we are Serbia - Balkanika & Sanja Ilic - Nova deca Slovenia - Lea Sirk - Hvala, ne! Spain |- Alfred and Amaia - Tu Canción Sweden - Benjamin Ingrosso - Dance You Off Switzerland - Zibbz - Stones The Netherlands - Waylon - Outlaw In 'Em Ukraine - Mélovin - Under The Ladder United Kingdom - SuRie - Storm Tags: ALL THE WINNERS: 2000 - Denmark: The Olsen Brothers - Fly on the wings of love 2001 - Estonia: Tanel Padar & Dave Benton – Everybody 2002 - Latvia: Marie N - I wanna 2003 - Turkey: Sertab Erener - Everyway that I can 2004 - Ukraine: Ruslana - Wild Dances 2005 - Greece: Helena Paparizou - My Number One 2006 - Finland: Lordi - Hard Rock Hallelujah 2007 - Serbia: Marija Šerifović – Molitva 2008 - Russia: Dima Bilan – Believe 2009 - Norway: Alexander Rybak – Fairytale 2010 - Germany: Lena - Satellite 2011 - Azerbaijan: Ell & Nikki - Running Scared 2012 - Sweden: Loreen – Euphoria 2013 - Denmark: Emmelie De Forest - Only Teardrops 2014 - Austria: Conchita Wurst - Rise Like a Phoenix 2015 - Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes 2016 - Ukraine: Jamala - 1944 2017 - Portugal: Salvador Sobral - Amar Pelos Dois 2018 - Israel: Netta - Toy
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Nat Geo Wild The Great Bear Rainforest Nature Documentary
 
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An impressive documentary about the Bear and the beautiful Canadian forest. http://cienciasnacionales.com/ Sutorias not in this video has only disseminates educational purposes. http://cienciasnacionales.com/
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Pikni Forest
 
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Planting of six Cyprus trees in Israel, Oct.13, 2013
 
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Reading of the Planters prayer when planting of six Cyprus trees at the Judean Foothills Tree Planting Center Nachshon forest, Israel by the Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael Jewish National Fund. www.kkl.org.il/eng - https://www.facebook.com/pleasethetreesproject
WHERE TO GO TO RELAX? THE ROMANTIC HOLIDAY ON CYPRUS / THE CITY OF AYIA NAPA / ОТДЫХ НА КИПРЕ
 
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Holidays in Ayia NAPA Ayia NAPA, once from a fishing village in a desert forest South East coast of Cyprus, today turned into a huge resort and has become one of the most popular tourist destination for Cypriots and visitors to the island. "Sacred forest" sounds like the name of the resort, over the years, has become one of the best island resorts thanks to the combination of the beautiful natural environment: gorgeous beaches and bays, crystal-clear coastal waters and mild climate. Day and night, happiness and joy does not leave vacationers, shimmering in front of them new faces. According to the legend, Ayia NAPA appeared due to the nomadic hunter that found in the local woods the cave with the icon of the mother of God. The forest began to be honored among the inhabitants of the island as sacred, and the nearest village called Agia NAPA. Climate Ayia NAPA is in the power of the Mediterranean, dry climate, with its dry August. The hottest period is from June to September and in winter the cyclones bring a little rain. Attractions Monastery. Is the main attraction of the resort. Built by the Venetians in 1530, near rocky Church of the eighth century. Interesting for its unusual story - first he was a Catholic and later became Orthodox. Today, tourists opened the monastery courtyard with a marble fountain and the Church of the monastery. The folk Museum. An interesting collection of prehistoric implements. The Museum of sea life. Famous for its excellent collection of marine flora and fauna. What to do? A beach vacation. The beaches are considered the best in Cyprus, thanks to the fine Golden sand shade. Be sure to visit the beach, Nissi beach, which stretches for 2 km. Active rest. Holidays can be a visit to the karting center, Golf, Windsurfing, fishing and diving in areas with underwater cliffs and caves, among the sunken amphora and ships. Entertainment. Both children and adults will enjoy the rides and shows in the theme parks resort: - Marine Park, where daily except Mondays, arranged shows of trained dolphins. The Park entrance for children under 12 years free; Park Of Dinosaurs; - WaterWorld, located at the entrance to Ayia NAPA and the largest in Europe. At night time its doors open to hundreds of Nightclubs, discos and bars. Holidays In summer, the resort meets and accompanies the various festivals, folk and dance festival. With a special scale are: day Svetaine in January; the carnival just before lent; - Easter festival; - Green Monday or the Neptune festival in the summer; - carnival Ayia NAPA in the last week of September. Tips for tourists Restaurants. The resort has a lot of small taverns and restaurants, and much love enjoy dishes of national cuisine, fish specialities, local wines. A tip of 10% is usually already included in the bill. Transport. The best way to get around the resort is by Bicycle, as the entrance is strictly forbidden. Shopping. The resort enough variety of shops, but in the afternoons on Wednesdays and Saturdays they are closed. In the summer the shops are open from 16.00 to 19.00, Monday to Saturday. In the winter, from 8.00 to 17.30, closing at 13.00 on 2 hour lunch break. Best Souvenirs brought back from Ayia NAPA, are pottery and wicker products that can be bought in the village of Liopetri. All videos in this playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAmSf2yi-vfguYJMuuKp2dahaBRUveqmN Press like! Subscribe to the channel! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUfH__rkRc-Im-LJuFcyw0w NoCopyrightSounds: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aEa8K-EOJ3D6gOs7HcyNg Музыка Aero Chord - Time Leap (Original Mix)
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Time Lapse Sunset at Cyprus, Paphos, Pegia | Near Pikni Forest
 
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Hey people MTB Cyprus here uploading a beautiful time lapse Sunset at Pegia
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Eleni Foureira - Fuego (Cyprus) [Karaoke Version]
 
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