Cyprus recruits young people to protect cultural heritage

Saranda Colones castle in Paphos, Cyprus
Saranda Colones castle in Paphos, Cyprus Image: Bukvoed (wikimedia)

Young people in Cyprus are recruited to help promote cultural heritage in their country. The bicommunal technical committee on cultural heritage is asking 40 Greek and Turkish Cypriots aged between 18 and 35 to act as ‘heritage youth ambassadors’ through their use of social media.

The youngsters are to help bring attention to cultural heritage by posting photos and video via Instagram depicting sites with an explanation as to why the sites matters to themand using hashtags #oursharedheritage #EuropeforCulture #TCCHYouthAmbassador.

Read the full article at CyprusMail.

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