Zoopigi is charming a village in the Limassol district that is located approximately 24 kilometers to the north of Limassol city and has an average elevation of 885 meters. It is a part of the Pitsilia geographical region. The topography of the region is separated by the rivers Limnati, Germasogeia, and their tributaries. The settlements of Kalo Chorio and Louvaras are to the south, Agios Mamas is to the east, Agios Theodoros is to the north, Agios Theodoros is to the northeast, and Kato Mylos is to the north.
Folklore holds that the village's original name was "Zoodochos Pigi," and that Zoopigi was created by combining the two terms. The hamlet church's dedication to Zoodochos Pigi further supports this story. Zoopigi, one of the newest villages in Cyprus, was established during the Venetian control of the island.
The preservation of the original folk architecture of the buildings with tiled roofs, charming little courtyards, and vines will impress people. What is more, the Commandaria Museum, which was established in 1940 and houses exhibits organized by historical eras, is another attraction in the area. Zoopigi village is well-known for its winemaking. Vineyards, natural dark-colored grapes, and Xynisteri wine-growing kinds are grown in Zoopigi. From the indigenous black grape and the Xynisteri type, sweet Cyprus wine known as Nama which was later given the name that is known, Commandaria, has been produced for a very long time.
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