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Famagusta


September 9, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Famagusta,Sights and Museums



Originally a small fishing town, Famagusta flourished during the Lusignan (Frankish) period, when it became the most   important trading centre between Asia and Europe. Its importance and wealth can still be seen today by the vast amount of churches, cathedrals and palaces that dot the city.  The golden sandy beaches, rich history, and its narrow streets full of colorful shops and restaurants, make Famagusta the perfect destination.

Some Northern Cyprus’ most immaculate beaches are close by and a stay in Famagusta is an ideal base from which to explore the wild and uncontaminated beauty of the Karpaz Peninsula.

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