North Cyprus Articles

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26 November, 2009

Bo Thai

Bo Thai restaurant is situated on the main road that runs through Catalkoy. It stands out from the road due to the fact that it looks like a typical Thai building with its ornate roof. The menu has a full […]
24 November, 2009
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Legends – The Nazar – Evil Eye

The Nazar, also called the “Evil Eye” Used by many religions and cultures throughout the world, and a potent symbol against evil from pagan times, is the Nazar. It is used in the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and has […]
25 October, 2009

Nicosia

Nicosia | North Cyprus The capital city of Cyprus is Nicosia, Lefkosa in Turkish, Lefkosia in Greek. It is the only divided capital city in the world and is the administrative centre for both the recognised Republic of South Cyprus […]
25 October, 2009

The Bedestan

The Bedestan, is to be found immediately adjacent to the Selimiye Mosque and is an amalgamation of two churches. One dedicated to St. Nicholas of the English and the other dedicated to The Virgin Mary. It became the Orthodox Metropolitan […]
26 November, 2009

The Fez Pub & Restaurant

The Fez pub and restaurant is near the popular village of Catalkoy, just east of Kyrenia. Whether you just fancy a snack in the bar or if you prefer to wine and dine in the main restaurant, it’s up to […]
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 […]
26 October, 2009
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Kampanopetra Basilica

There is a track from the Temple of Zeus that leads towards the sea and the site of the Kampanopetra basilica or Harbour basilica. This is a serenely peaceful, and probably the most alluring, part of Salamis. Its attraction lies […]
26 October, 2009
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The Agora and the Vouta

Very close to the Epiphanios basilica is the cathedral-like cistern that provided water for the entire city. The water was transported through an aquaduct that was 45 miles long from a spring in the Kyrenia mountain range. Of the aquaduct, […]
25 October, 2009

Aphendrika

Aphendrika | Karpaz Clearly signposted, and about four miles from Ayios Philon along the coast road eastwards, is the group of three churches collectively called Aphendrika. This was the site of a major city in the 2nd C BC, rock cut […]
15 February, 2010
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North Cyprus KAR – Kyrenia Animal Rescue

Kyrenia Animal Rescue (KAR) There are several high profile charities in North Cyprus, the most prominent being The North Cyprus Cancer Charity Trust; The SOS Children’s Home, and The Kyrenia Animal Rescue. There are many others, no less deserving of […]