The supermoon shines above Leptos Kamares Village.

17/11/2016
A supersized moon arose last Monday beyond the spectacular Leptos Kamares Village in Tala Paphos, which was a once-in-a generation sight and will not appear so again until 25 November 2034.

Thousands of residents and visitors of Kamares Village had the opportunity to watch the moon as it approached the horizon which made it look even bigger and more magnificent. “Every full moon is a spectacular sight but tonight’s supermoon is far from ordinary, it’s unbelievably beautiful” stated many residents who were very pleased and felt lucky to have watched such a special sight.

During November`s full ``supermoon`` the moon came the closest to Earth than it has been since 1948. The moon was at its biggest and brightest on Monday morning November 14th.

Photo: The supermoon shines above Leptos Kamares Village.