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Travel : Cyprus

A delightful Mediterranean island anchored off the Middle East, and a favorite of sun-worshippers, amateur archaeologists and divers alike.

One of Cyprus' string of southern port cities, notable mostly for its beach and fish restaurants...  and above all, the wreck of the Zenobia!

Shown: Hala Sultan Tekke at dusk

Nicosia (Lefkosía)

The last divided capital.  See also North Cyprus.

Shown: Sign on the Green Line



A mecca for both sun-seeking tourists and archaeology buffs.

Shown: Ancient Greek amphitheatre

Either the "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus" or the "Area inaccessible due to occupation by the Turkish army", depending on who you ask, since 1974 the northern half of Cyprus has been a more unusual tourist destination.
Northern Cyprus

Some pictures from a half-day dash through northern Nicosia (Lefkosa), the castle of St. Hilarion, Kyrenia (Girne) and Bellapais.

Shown: Atatürk Square, North Nicosia

All pictures copyright 2003 by Jani Patokallio.

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