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Cyprus Adventures Part I

Location: Nicosia, Cyprus


6 Sep 2008, 1:43AM

Tour of Nicosia. caught a picture of a man watering the plants

5 Sep 2008, 3:57AM

first days we were here...doing some grocery shopping

6 Sep 2008, 1:57AM

I had the opportunity to watch a christening

6 Sep 2008, 1:51AM

Church

6 Sep 2008, 2:02AM

The beautiful church from the outside

6 Sep 2008, 1:57AM

the paintings were amazing. They are thousands of years old because of the style they use. They paint only when the wall is still wet

6 Sep 2008, 2:15AM

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6 Sep 2008, 2:15AM

I visited a museum full of crazy art! It is all by the same artist

6 Sep 2008, 2:24AM

excavation site was fenced. Cyprus, like any other ancient country, is always coming across old ruins and they have to halt construction so that the archeologist can come in.

6 Sep 2008, 2:22AM



6 Sep 2008, 2:37AM

more than 30 years later and nothing has changed. We were told that plates with breakfast are still sitting on tables from the day Cypriots had to flee

6 Sep 2008, 2:37AM

No Man's Land. An area where Turkey had bombded downtown Nicosia.



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first days we were here...doing some grocery shopping

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Tour of Nicosia. caught a picture of a man watering the plants

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Church

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I had the opportunity to watch a christening

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the paintings were amazing. They are thousands of years old because of the style they use. They paint only when the wall is still wet

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The beautiful church from the outside

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I visited a museum full of crazy art! It is all by the same artist

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No caption needed

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excavation site was fenced. Cyprus, like any other ancient country, is always coming across old ruins and they have to halt construction so that the archeologist can come in.

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No Man's Land. An area where Turkey had bombded downtown Nicosia.

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more than 30 years later and nothing has changed. We were told that plates with breakfast are still sitting on tables from the day Cypriots had to flee