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Cyprus is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey. After Sicily and Sardinia, Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is geographically part of Asia.

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Nicosia is the centrally located capital of Cyprus and by far the largest city on the island.

The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is a self-proclaimed republic on the northern and eastern side of the island of Cyprus.

Limassol district is a region in Cyprus. yahsoo means hi to one person, yahsas means hi to more than one person Take a walk along the water stopping at the waterfront cafes.

North Nicosia is the northern part of the divided city of Nicosia and the capital of the self-proclaimed Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

Limassol is the second largest city of Cyprus. Following the Turkish invasion in 1974, it has become the principal sea port and has also developed into a significant tourist destination.

Larnaca district is a region in Cyprus. Larnaca is one of the oldest cities in the world, with many historical sightseeing and an amazing sea.

Larnaca is a city in Cyprus. Larnaca has a reasonable claim to being the oldest city in Cyprus, with evidence of habitation up to 6000 years ago.

Paphos district is a region in Cyprus. If you are looking to find an unspoilt side of Cyprus, head for the northwestern tip of the island where you will find Polis Chrysochous.

Ayia Napa is widely considered the premier nightlife location of Cyprus.

Paphos is a town at the southwestern tip of Cyprus, between the coast and the Troodos Mountains.

Kyrenia is a harbour town in Northern Cyprus. A picturesque port with a population of just 22,000, Kyrenia is the most popular tourist destination in Northern Cyprus.

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