Posted by wre2wre - Created: 9 years ago
Lately controversy has broken out between Limassol and Nicosia apple of discord to build the School of Fine Arts. Both cities claim to claims and arguments in this work because undoubtedly a university-level school will have several beneficial effects in either of the two cities reached. But this is the real question that should concern us? The benefit to the city? Or the benefit of the Faculty, students and education in general? The arguments and the various parties ranging from the wrong premise. We examined this issue by taking into account all the parameters and we can think of Paphos is the most appropriate geographic choice for the construction of the school. To prevent possible even well-wishers who will try to give our biases and move one step further by saying that the naval and the Hotel School will be going to Limassol. We question whether we ever hear something similar from the Mayor of Limassol is saying that something should go in Nicosia, because it is more appropriate.
Paphos will not just simply help the school but the school itself will work better in the city of Paphos than anywhere else. First Paphos is the city with the highest artistic activity on the island. Let us not forget that the only projects from the past are in Paphos. (Mr. Psifidota Paphos Mousio in Kouklia, Byzantine and other Mousio) Moreover, the role of art today is multidimensional. What makes such a remarkable school is not just the facilities and manpower. It is mainly geographical location.
Those who argue in favor of Limassol have good arguments saying Nicosia got another one (and got all the beings) so we should get it. Putting clearly subjective interests above that of the same school. Even so to see the issue again by reversing the arguments clearly tilted the balance towards Pafos.
As is shown by the example of TE.PA.K placement of faculty in the old town can provide a strong injection of regeneration and regenerate the surrounding area. Today the situation in Paphos is just tragic and indescribable in words, but rich and if the Greek and Cypriot Language topolalia. We doubt if there is such a historical place in another European country that has been left in such a situation. It is a fact that should shame all Cypriots not only. Paphos was the most brilliant capital was left in chaos without any development work. To remedy such a situation but not enough just words and wishful thinking, but is also acts as acts show that no private investor would go there to invest without reason and certainly not the state may simply go to create abandoned buildings. Something must be done which will bring people to this area. The School of Fine Arts, appears as a great historic opportunity to regenerate the area. Putting in Limassol will be a historic mistake because it simply will not benefit as much as Limassol Paphos by an equivalent such an operation. It will save the economy is in Limassol are 40 more students of Fine Arts and Limassol has also been revive the historical center, noted that never arrived in the state is now the center of Paphos. In Paphos, the school will make a real difference in producing benefits for all. Limassol also has thousands of tourists every year (foreign and Cypriot), golf courses, resorts, entertainment, talk about other items that some fine arts students would simply not have done so far. Nicosia swims with universities and university colleges once will not make any difference, have too many. Therefore I must consider the issue Paphos seems to be the most appropriate choice.
Beyond just political mikroskopimotiton various mayors who want to add populist arguments in their election campaigns do not see another reason not to run this school in Paphos us. It will be a historic mistake for which we are accountable to us all. The Pafitis to react and have the means and manner. Let us start with the art school in Paphos.
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