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Famagusta
One of many, many dilapidated cathedrals in northern Cyprus. Most of theme were built by the Venetians when they ruled the island, and then converted to Greek-Orthodox churches under Ottoman rule. Unfortunately, the authorities there aren't doing...
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Arch Makarios Avenue 12, Platres 4820
In Kemal Square, Famagusta - the largest city in northern Cyprus - sits the most awkwardly named mosque in the world. Officially the Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque, this converted cathedral is labelled on a lot of street signs as 'St. Nicholas Mosque'....
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Maraş, Gazimağusa
A view of the abandoned resort town of Varosha, which was the Greek Cypriot quarter of Famagusta. It was evacuated during the invasion of 1974 and has been closed off by the military since. While sad, it makes for a spectacular view (photo here...