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Cyprus is the largest island in the eastern Mediterranean and is situated south of Turkey. The two main mountain ranges are the Pentadactylos in the north and the Troodos in central and south-western part of the island. Between them is the fertile plain of Messaoria.Cyprus has long been a crossing point between Europe, Asia and Africa and still has many traces of successive civilisations – Roman theatres and villas, Byzantine churches and monasteries, Crusader castles and pre-historic habitats.
The island’s main economic activities are tourism, clothing and craft exports and merchant shipping. Traditional crafts include embroidery, pottery and copperwork.
The 4th century Stavrovouni monasteryTraditional local dishes include the meze – a selection of appetizers served as a main dish, halloumi cheese and the zivania schnapps.Since Turkey occupied the north of the island in 1974, the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot communities have been separated by the so-called Green Line.....
Paphos, sometimes referred to as Pafos, is a coastal city in the southwest of Cyprus and the capital
Protaras, is a predominantly tourist resort. It comes under the administrative jurisdiction of Paral
Ayia Napa officially transliterated into English as Agia Napa is a resort at the far eastern end of
Vouni Village Festival
Every August, the unspoilt village of Vouni celebrates its history and culture with a day of dancing, eating and general merrymaking. This is a perfect opportunity to sample local delicacies and (perhaps) to meet one of the precious donkeys from the nearby sanctuary.
Shopping in Cyprus
Shopping in Cyprus mainly centers around shopping for local artifacts and handicrafts including beautifully woven curtains, intricately embroidered tablecloths and handmade laces, goods made of the finest leather, basketwork, polished silverware and pottery. Making of beautiful ornaments and jewelry
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