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I’ve been to southern Cyprus many times and whilst aware of the history of the island and the Famagusta area, I’d never been this close to no mans land!
We were staying in nearby Paralimni and decided to drive the short distance to the cultural...More
My family is originally from Famagusta. They were forced to leave during the invasion and we now have homes and businesses left derelict in the abandoned and restricted areas of Famagusta. My dad always wanted to return to his home town and would cry every...More
It was definitely moving to see the deserted land with your own eyes rather than just reading about it. I do hope for the Cypriots that this divide can be sorted. The view point is well worth the visit to see a piece of history...More
We visit here nearly every time we visit cyprus the guy who owns the lovely tradional taverna is so lovely and he offers lovely cuppa and freshly baked maderia cakeyou can watch a dvd on the history of farmagusta and their is a lovely collection...More
This was my second visit to the cultural centre of occupied Famagusta. The drive from Pissouri is tedious but once there the experience is good.
Standing on the roof of the cultural center you can see into the DMZ and the homes and holiday resorts...More