- 1 What are the biggest towns in Cyprus?
- 2 What is the biggest village in Cyprus?
- 3 What is the capital city of Cyprus?
- 4 What is the biggest state in Cyprus?
- 5 How do I become a citizen of Cyprus?
- 6 What religion is Cyprus?
- 7 How safe is Cyprus?
- 8 What currency is Cyprus?
- 9 Is Kyrenia in the Turkish part of Cyprus?
- 10 Is Cyprus an Arab country?
- 11 Why is Nicosia airport closed?
- 12 Who owns Cyprus?
- 13 How much of Cyprus is Turkish?
- 14 Which part of Cyprus is Turkish?
What are the biggest towns in Cyprus?
The largest cities in Cyprus are Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca, Famagusta, Paphos and Kyrenia.
What is the biggest village in Cyprus?
Kyperounta is the largest mountain village in Cyprus as belongs to the geographic district of Pitsilia. It is only 43 kilometres north of the town of Limassol and 78 kilometres from the town of Nicosia. The village is near the Troodos Mountains and it is built at an altitude of 1300 metres.
What is the capital city of Cyprus?
Nicosia, Greek Lefkosía, Turkish Lefkoşa, city and capital of the Republic of Cyprus. It lies along the Pedieos River, in the centre of the Mesaoria Plain between the Kyrenia Mountains (north) and the Troodos range (south).
What is the biggest state in Cyprus?
The largest city in Cyprus is Nicosia, with a population of 390,715 people.
How do I become a citizen of Cyprus?
Application for Cyprus citizenship can be submitted by foreigners, who have completed a total of 7 years of legal residence in Cyprus (2555 days of staying in Cyprus) before the application date. The applicant must have resided continuously in Cyprus through the last 1 year before applying.
What religion is Cyprus?
Religion is closely tied to one’s cultural identity in Cyprus. The majority of Greek Cypriots identify as Orthodox Christians, while most Turkish Cypriots identify as Muslim. There are also small Maronite, Armenian Apostolic, Anglican and Catholic Christian communities.
How safe is Cyprus?
But despite the conflict that has plagued the region, and has left it in a state of political uncertainty, Cyprus is considered a very safe area to visit, with very little violent crime.
What currency is Cyprus?
Since 1st January 2008, the euro has been the official currency of the Republic of Cyprus, replacing the Cypriot pound (also known as the lira) at a fixed rate of 0.585274 Cypriot pounds to 1 euro.
Is Kyrenia in the Turkish part of Cyprus?
Kyrenia, Greek Kirínia, Turkish Girne, city, situated along the northern coast of Cyprus, in the Turkish Cypriot-administered area.
Is Cyprus an Arab country?
The majority of people think that Cyprus is an Arab country. But in reality, the Republic of Cyprus isn’t considered an Arab country. Arab identity is the state of perceiving oneself as an Arab and as relating to being Arab.
Why is Nicosia airport closed?
With the ceasefire signed on 16 August 1974 Nicosia Airport became part of the United Nations controlled Buffer Zone separating the two communities on the island, and it has been inoperable as a fully functioning airport ever since.
Who owns Cyprus?
The Republic of Cyprus is the internationally recognised government of the Republic of Cyprus, that controls the southern two-thirds of the island. Aside from Turkey, all foreign governments and the United Nations recognise the sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus over the whole island of Cyprus.
How much of Cyprus is Turkish?
The Republic of Cyprus occupies the southern two-thirds of the island (59.74%). The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus occupies the northern third (34.85%), and the United Nations-controlled Green Line provides a buffer zone that separates the two and covers 2.67% of the island.
Which part of Cyprus is Turkish?
North Cyprus is situated below Turkey on the map, and is also known as the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) or KKTC in the Turkish language. The main language spoken in North Cyprus is Turkish, however most people also speak English.