Limassol is the second largest city in Cyprus. Limassol is divided into 6 administrative units; Limassol, Mesa Geitonia, Kato Polemidia, Agios Athanasios Germasogeia and Ipsonas (since 2012 municipal elections). Limassol Municipality is the only administrative unit to participate in the Intercultural Cities network.

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The district of Limassol has a population of 235,000 inhabitants. The city’s urban area composed of the 6 municipalities mentioned above is inhabited by 176,700 people. The majority group,Greek-Cypriots (the autochthonous people) make up 83% of the city’s population. Non-nationals make up 17% of Limassol total inhabitants. The most important minority groups come from: UK, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Russia, Philippines and Vietnam.
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Two years from February 2016 to January 2018 (with the possibility of renewal for an additional year).

Limassol: One city, the whole world

mayor mayor

Nicos NICOLAIDES