My uncle, who had a special pass, took me with him into the harbour and we went aboard the ships, looking back onto the walls of Famagusta and the opening to the sea. We passed the Venetian lion and we sat down to have a "glyko" by the church of St Nicholas. This senstation of the sea and the harbour, I only ever felt again, through the paintings of Pol Georgiou.
The book is written by Niki Marangou in Greek and includes the English translation with beautiful photography by Selma Ancira.
Recently and with untold sorrow we said our last goodbye to Niki Marangou, who was not only an active and creative member of the Board of the Cyprus Pen Center, always keen to effectively carry out her responsibilities, but also a significant female personality of Cyprus, an author, a poet and an...
Heidi Trautmann - In memoriam Niki Marangou, poet, writer and artist… and Cypriot
February 09, 2013
A friend and human being in the true sense of the word.
It is not so long ago that Niki and I had talked about Alexandria, about the places and streets we both had known, the special atmosphere of history and stories told and retold by her mother who had lived and worked...