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One agreement was with Archaeological Site Museum of Nanyue Palace, a popular Guangzhou tourist attraction One agreement was with Archaeological Site Museum of Nanyue Palace, a popular Guangzhou tourist attraction

Ayia Napa Cooperating with China’s Guangzhou

Yiannis Karousos, mayor, Ayia Napa, made an official visit to the Chinese city of Guangzhou to conclude a series of cooperation agreements between the two destinations.

Ayia Napa Municipality noted that three agreements were created to work with Tourism Administration of Guangzhou Municipality, Archaeological Site Museum of Nanyue Palace; and China Performing Arts Agency (CPAA) Theatres.

The first agreement, with the Archaeological Site Museum of Nanyue Palace, was signed on March 27 with the remaining two scheduled to be inked on March 30.

Elaborating on the first agreement, the Municipality said the signing had already paved the way for an exhibition of photos of the museum’s artefacts to be held in Cyprus within the framework of the 34th Ayia Napa Festival, scheduled for this September.

Karousos was also due to meet with Mayor of Guangzhou, Wen Guohui, during his visit to China. Guangzhou, formerly known as Canton, is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China.