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Limassol Villages List

The Limassol district is one of the 6 districts and it is the third largest district on the island. It has an extent of 1393 square kilometres, forming the 15, 07% of the island. It borders with the Paphos district to the west, the Nicosia district to the north, and the Larnaca district to the east.

Paphos Villages List

The Paphos district is one of the 6 districts in Cyprus and is the fourth largest on the island. It has an extent of 1396 square metres and forms the 15, 09% of Cyprus. Paphos is then divided into 4 municipalities and 121 communities/villages.

Kyrenia Villages

Kyrenia is a district in the north coast of Cyprus opposite the southern shores of Asia Minor. It is the most northern town of Cyprus and it is surrounded by sea towards the north,  and by the Pentadaktylos Mountains to the south.

Famagusta Villages

 To view the list of all the Famagusta Villages refer to the Famagusta Villages List  








Larnaca Villages

Larnaca is a district in the southeast coast of Cyprus. It is the successor town of ancient Kition one of the most important kingdoms in ancient Cyprus. It is also the birthplace of the well-known ancient philosopher Zinona.

Nicosia Villages

Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus and it is situated in the centre of the island.  It is built over the Pedieos River and forms the base for the government. During antiquity its name was Lydra and it was one of the most ancient kingdoms in Cyprus. As the capital of Cyprus, it was taken over by the Franks, the Venetian, the Ottomans and the British.

Limassol Villages

Limassol is a coastal district in the southern part of Cyprus. It is a relatively new district, even though clues have been found that prove that it was inhabited from antiquity. It is built amphitheatrically over the Acrotiri Bay between the two ancient cities of Amathounda towards the east, and Kourion to the west.

Paphos Villages

Paphos is a coastal district in the southwest part of Cyprus. Since antiquity it has been one of the most important ancient kingdoms on the island. At the same time it has always been famous as the worshipping centre for the goddess Aphrodite.

Green Line - Nicosia

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the green line

The Green Line (Πράσινη γραμμή in Greek) or the United Nations Buffer Zone, is the Nicosia border between the Greek Cypriot side and the occupied part of Cyprus.