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The capital city of Cyprus

The present city was most probably built on the site of the ancient city kingdom of Ledra which was rebuilt in about 300 BC by Lefkos the son of Ptolemy Soter and named after him. Under Byzantine rule the name became Lefkosia, this was changed under Lusignan rule to become Nicosia, and again during the Ottoman period to become Lefkosha.


Nicosia City Walls

The capital city of Cyprus remains divided despite many attempts by successive governments...

The Buyuk Han

The Buyuk Han is the most impressive piece of Ottoman architecture on the whole island. Bu...

The Selimiye Mosque

The foundation stone of this great church was laid in 1209 under Archbishop Thierry but du...


Recently restored in part and converted into a conference centre this Orthodox complex com...