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Amicale Office and Committee

  • President : Denis HUBER
  • Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU
  • Vice-President : Sabrina WITTMANN
  • Treasurer : Catherine GUERRERO
  • Executive Secretary : Renée MORITZ
  • Elected Members : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS, Isabelle BIRAMBAUX

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Summer hours: 9 am - 12.45 pm

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The rich wine history of Cyprus

Amicale du conseil de l'europe

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The rich wine history of Cyprus has been alive and ongoing for something like 6,000 years. Take any of our seven routes to experience Cypriot hospitality and be introduced to the world of Cyprus wine. Visit any of the 40 modern wineries that presently operate on the island and taste their wines. Agrotourism and other small units, tavernas and restaurants with high modern standards are here to provide you with accommodation and the unique dishes of the Cypriot kitchen. Go back in time by visiting restored traditional wine presses and museums that demonstrate the life, culture and traditions of the rural population. See the grape harvest, join traditional feasts and enjoy superb local wines in abundance. The Wine Routes programme has been implemented by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation with co-funding from the structural funds of the European Union for the initial six routes and by the European Fund for Agricultural Development for the seventh.

 


Strasbourg tramway 
 
The Strasbourg tramway, inaugurated in 1994, has fundamentally changed the urban landscape of the city. With this modern and environmentally friendly tram, Strasbourg was one of the first towns in France to decide the return of this iconic mode of transportation of the late nineteenth century. To date, Strasbourg continues to accumulate records. In November 2010 , wi th i t s 55.5 km leng th commercial, its 6 mesh lines and 69 stations, the network was the longest in France.

According to the European Centre for Modern Languages, a Council of Europe body based in Graz in Austria, how many indigenous languages are there estimated to be in Europe?

o   Less than100

o   Between 100 et 200

o   More than 200

(Check your answer at the next station)

(Answer to the previous quizz: yes)