North Cyprus Articles

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22 November, 2009
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Religion

The religion of North Cyprus is predominantly Muslim though the Turkish Cypriots are not particularly zealous in the pursuit of their religion. There are very few covered women here and those that are will usually be from Turkey. On an […]
29 October, 2009

5* Malpas Hotel, Kyrenia

Malpas Hotel | Kyrenia Inheriting its name from a nearby church, the Malpas Hotel & Casino is set impressively on the hills of the charming Catalkoy village. A commitment to the highest-standards of quality and service are combined with a […]
25 October, 2009

St. George of the Latins

St. George of the Latins | Famagusta This delightful, small, single aisle church is very close to Othello’s Tower and represents the essence of clean, simple gothic design. Much ruined now, it still retains many features that are fine examples […]
18 February, 2010
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North Cyprus Life – The British Residents Society

Formed in 1975, Just after the creation of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the British Residents Society (BRS) was established for British Nationals who had chosen to make the TRNC their home either in permanent retirement or as swallows […]
30 October, 2009

3* Almond Holiday Village, Kyrenia

Located near a beautiful little village called Alsancak and based on the gentle slopes of the Kyrenia mountain range, the Almond Holiday Village is situated just 8 miles west of the historic town of Kyrenia. A mere 10 minute walk […]
30 October, 2009

5* Mercure Hotel, Kyrenia

Part of the prestigious Accor Group, the Mercure Hotel in North Cyprus opened in 2006, combining modern architecture with traditional motifs and luxurious interiors, for a unique style that mirrors the natural beauty of North Cyprus. Set on a stunning […]
15 February, 2010
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North Cyprus Life – Recycling

This is a generally light-hearted look at what is essentially a big social and environmental issue. The subject of rubbish strewn across the landscape and dumped in huge landfill sites is a constant topic of conversation among visitors to North […]
25 October, 2009

The Land Gate and Ravelin

The Land Gate and Ravelin | Famagusta The land gate is probably as old a building within the city as the citadel, though the current bridge and gateway entrance are relatively modern. The road now passes through one of the […]
25 October, 2009

Ataturk Square

Ataturk Square | Nicosia Continuing along Girne Caddesi, it is a five minute walk to Ataturk Square, formerly Konak Square, dominated by the granite column that is topped with a bronze sphere. This column was a symbol of Venetian rule […]
25 October, 2009

Church of SS Peter and Paul

Church of SS Peter and Paul | Famagusta This church, lies to the south of the palace and though closed to the public is in good repair. It was used at one time as a mosque, the remains of the […]