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Apesia (Greek: Aπεσιά or Απαισιά) is a village in the Limassol District of Cyprus, located 3 kilometres (2 miles) southeast of Korfi. Although the word απαίσια in Greek when the emphasis is on the middle syllable means ugly, the name of the village is pronounced in a different way, Απαισιά and the emphasis goes on the third syllable.
Apesia was in the world news in October 2014 after the theft of a six million euro Degas painting was reported.
- "Cypriot media release image of Russian suspected of 7.5 million Degas canvas theft". 4 October 2014. Retrieved 9 March 2016.