what is cyprus famous for?

Cyprus, in Greek Kípros, in Turkish Kıbrıs, an island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea known since ancient times for its mineral wealth, its superb wines and produce, and its natural beauty, 2 days ago. The Paphos Archaeological Museum documents human activity in western Cyprus from the Neolithic period to the 18th century. During the summer, most Cypriots, as well as foreigners, visit Ayia Napa at least once a year. Furthermore, the country is divided into six districts (Kyrenia, Famagusta, Nicosia, Paphos, Limassol and Larnaca), two of which overlap with the Buffer Zone, making the political geography of Cyprus even more complicated.

These mountains rose slowly from the sea due to the collision of the African and European tectonic plates, a process that eventually formed the island of Cyprus. However, since Nicosia airport was abandoned, if you want to fly to Cyprus today, you can use Ercan airport for the north of Cyprus or Larnaca and Paphos airports in the south. It is the most important mountain range in Cyprus, covering most of the west and part of the south of the island and occupying almost half of its surface. But did you know that the name Copper, whose Latin name is "Cuprum and also called "Cyprum" literally means "From the island of Cyprus? This site has been created to help people who want to come to Cyprus or want to know more about this country.

In fact, since the 1970s, Cyprus is divided into the slightly larger Greek Cypriot part in the south and the Turkish Cypriot part in the north by a 180 km demilitarised line from Paralimni to Kato Pyrgos, known as the "UN Buffer Zone"; which has 7 checkpoints to pass through. Secondly, Cyprus has more than 60 churches with Byzantine and post-Byzantine wall paintings, 10 of which are located in the Troodos Mountains. Cyprus enjoys a warm and dry Mediterranean climate, with only a little rainfall in the winter months, leaving the rivers dry in summer. After the division of Cyprus, the Turkish side was left with the grain, citrus and tobacco fields and the Greek side with most of the fruit, livestock, vegetable fields and vineyards.

Cyprus is a great diving destination, where divers can enjoy wrecks, reefs, tunnels and caves. If you look at a picture of the Cypriot country from the sky, you'll see that the island is quite small (the third largest in the Mediterranean), barren and with a pointed tail to its northeast. If you look at the Cypriot flag, you will see that the coppery orange map of the island symbolises Cyprus and its large copper ore deposits.

Latisha Busler
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