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Neolithic settlement of Choirokoitia

The site is one of the most important prehistoric sites in the eastern Mediterranean. It refers to the Νeolithic period in Cyprus and the first human occupation of the island by farmers coming from the Near East around 9th millenial BC. The site refers to the place ancient inhabitants of the island used to live, tools they used and diet. The site is preserved and has been a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998.

Choirokoitia, Highway Nicosia-Limassol
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Arhaeological research and location
Climate and environment
Image of the village
Nature Trail
Occupations and the way of living
Origin of the name Chirokitia
People and their beliefs
Tools and utensils