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UNIC Christmas Spirit

The Spirit of Christmas visits the University of Nicosia for a joyful on-campus holiday experience


The University of Nicosia (UNIC) is hosting a week-long celebration of the Christmas season, filled with festive events and activities.

"UNIC Christmas Spirit" will take place from Friday, the 1st, to Thursday, the 7th of December at the University of Nicosia and is open to the public.

Christmas Tree Lighting

The series of events kicks off with the lighting of the Christmas tree on Friday, December 1, at 18:00. UNIC's tree, standing at an impressive 10 meters tall, is among the capital's tallest Christmas trees. During the event, the University of Nicosia will treat visitors to complimentary mulled wine, hot soup, and treats.

Christmas Village

On Saturday, December 2, and Sunday, December 3, from 11:00 to 19:00, visitors can partake in UNIC’s festive “Christmas village,” featuring decorated wooden houses and stalls, an outdoor market with handicrafts, Christmas decorations, gifts, sweets, and street food. There will also be activities for both adults and children, including theatre and music performances, storytelling, face painting, a photo booth with Santa and elves, a bouncy castle, and more.

Christmas Movie Screenings

To complement the festive family atmosphere, "UNIC Christmas Spirit" will offer free screenings of Christmas family movies. All movies will be screened at the newly renovated auditorium inside UNIC’s central building.

Christmas Party

The series of events will culminate on Thursday, December 7, with a Christmas party for UNIC students and alumni at the impressive LOFT Restaurant & Bar, situated on the 12th floor of UNIC’s SIX Residence.

The event is sponsored by LOVE FM 100.7.

Check out the detailed schedule of activities for more information.

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