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A must see and can’t be missed during a walk around the old walled town, the building is beautiful and still used for services. You must wear head wear which they provide and remove your shoes if you go inside
Great historical sight surrounded with a few more architectural gems unfortunately touched by tough times. The mosque itself is well preserved and visitors (irrespective of their religion or beliefs) can enter the mosque outside prayer times, which we did too. Please bear in mind no...More
Began in 1298, this beautiful building was consecrated as the Catholic Cathedral of St Nicholas in 1328. It is the largest building in Famagusta and dominates the ancient city.
Converted to a mosque in 1571 and renamed Lala Mustafa Pasha after the Grand Vizier at...More
We visited this lovely old building during our tour with Mr John. I was weating shorts and was asked to put a long skirt on which was provided, I was happy to oblige but some refused to do so and therefore didnt go in! There...More
This former Venetian church is the most important construction in the whole Famagusta. It's located in the middle of Old Town district with restaurants and bars around it. Like all the other parts of the city it's a safe place and suitable for all type...More