A massive bronze cast of a sculpted EOKA fighter in full battle dress and eagle looking out defiantly across the valleys and hills to Kyrenia and the ‘occupied North’.
An inscription on the back suggested this was raised in 1992 - during a period of revived Hellenistic fervour. It commemorates Grigorios Afxentiou, second in command of the pro-Greek, anti-leftist and anti-British-occupation armed group, EOKA, led by the notorious George Grivas. Afxentiou was killed on March 3, 1957 in his hideout beneath the monastery after refusing the offer of surrender.
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