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This is an old stone water cistern from, I guess, the Ottoman era. Not much to see really, we chanced across it at the back of the town car park behind Kyrenia castle. You can pick up a harbour attractions leaflet from tourist information which...More
Ate the finest lobster thermidor here, and my husband ate wild seabass.
We shared a calamari starter and weren't disappointed.
Service friendly. Nothing too much trouble.
Booked Saturday too we were so impressed!
I wouldn't say this is an attraction site but it's something you would most likely stumble on whilst on the track of Kyrenia harbour. It dates back when the Ottoman's would leave public water taps for passerbys.
We parked in the central car park in Kyrenia and literally just got out the car and we found the watern cistern, Not much to look at and honestly we could have walked straight pass if it was not for me being so slow, The...More
The water cistern made of hewn stone and is located northeast of St Andrews Church and has an arched roof. In the western side of the Cistern there is a marble inscription written by Mevlevi Lodge Dervlish, Feyzi Dede in old Turkish. The inscription states...More