Once upon a time – Folk Stories my grandmother told me

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“…In the thousands of years of Cyprus’ existence, on the cross-roads of East and West, North and Suth, the pilgrims to the ancient temple of Aphrodite, the travelers, the merchants who stopped on their way to the East and West, the conquerors, all left some of their stories behind. The stories were adopted. adapted to the existing indigenous ones and they survived until the 1974 invasion. The ethnic cleansing and dispersing 250,000 of the island’s population from their towns and villages and the introduction of TV has brought story telling in Cyprus almost to extinction…”

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Weight 0.378 kg
Dimensions 14 × 21 cm
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