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Information on Milia Village

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village is located in the Paphos District of Cyprus. The village lies close to Drinia, Fyti, Lasa, Psathi, Kannaviou and Kritou Marotto Villages.

The village is built at an average height of 800 metres above sea level, which provided an ideal climate for the villagers to cultivate olive trees, almond trees and vineyards.

The Agios Soteros Church is located on a small hill overlooking the village. The church was built in 1989 and celebrates the Agios Soteros saint day on 06 August each year.

The Agios Mamas Church is located lower in the village, near the water spring where the villagers originally collected water for the village, for their livestock and to irrigate their crops. The village cemetery lies next to the church.

The population of the village, according to the official 2001 census, recorded 5 permanent residents in the village. The figure has pretty much remained the same today.

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Agios Mamas Church in Milia Village                                Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

Milia Village                                                               Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk

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