North Cyprus Articles

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30 November, 2009

Di Figaro

Di Figaro restaurant stands very proud in its location in Karaoglanoglu. As you arrive through the ornate wrought iron gates you will be impressed at the grandness of the building. A number of classic cars are dotted around the car […]
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 […]
25 October, 2009

Independence to the Present Day

North Cyprus If it is possible to put aside the volumes of propaganda that have been written about what is now known generally as “The Cyprus Problem”, and look at the situation from an historical viewpoint rather than an hysterical […]
26 November, 2009

Grove Inn

On first impressions the Grove Inn looks a little tired and could do with a refurbishment. Situated on the main road towards Catalkoy, this restaurant serves traditional Indian food and a traditional Sunday roast lunch. However, the warm welcoming from […]
27 November, 2009

Guido’s Restaurant

Guido’s restaurant  is situated on the main road in Alsancak, set back in a small parade of shops. The restaurant provides a small outdoor seating area, however this is located in the car park so it is preferable to dine […]
1 February, 2010

D&B Cafe & Restaurant

The D&B restaurant is situated in Famagusta Old City, directly opposite the Lala Pasha Mosque. Traditional wooden tables and benches are available for comfortable seating outside, or for the colder months, extensive indoor seating is available to dine indoors. The […]
25 November, 2009

Passport Restaurant

This trendy restaurant chain is modern, bright and airy with a very plush feel and you’ll find them in the larger towns of Kyrenia & Famagusta The menu is based on fresh seasonal produce providing a very wide variety of […]
6 May, 2010

North Cyprus – Destination Nicosia (South)

For information and history on North Nicosia – Please see Destination – Nicosia (North) If it were not for the desolate divide that bisects this city into almost equal halves, there would be little to differentiate between the two sectors. […]
25 October, 2009

The Selimiye Mosque (Cathedral of St. Sophia)

The Selimiye Mosque (Cathedral of St. Sophia) | Famagusta The name Sophia means “divine wisdom” and this great Gothic building erected during the Lusignan period was to be the most important church on the island. The foundation stone was laid […]
3 December, 2009
Guzelyurt Artifacts

Guzelyurt Museum of Archaeology and Natural History

The Guzelyurt museum is situated in the former ecclesiastical residence adjacent to the Church of St. Mamas. There is a small car park and it is within walking distance of the town centre. The Natural History section is on the […]