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Guidebook for Gazimağusa

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Guidebook for Gazimağusa

Sightseeing
As a Cypriot citizen we are calling it ghost town. Is an abandoned southern quarter of the Cypriot city of Famagusta. Before the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, it was the modern tourist area of the city. As of 2018, the quarter continues to be uninhabited and the entry is forbidden to the public.
Maraş
As a Cypriot citizen we are calling it ghost town. Is an abandoned southern quarter of the Cypriot city of Famagusta. Before the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, it was the modern tourist area of the city. As of 2018, the quarter continues to be uninhabited and the entry is forbidden to the public.
Entertainment & Activities
In this place you can enjoy your beverage, listening to a music and play bowling or billiard.
The Shamrock
In this place you can enjoy your beverage, listening to a music and play bowling or billiard.
Lazer Strike
Shopping
It is the only mall exist in the area. Here you can make your shopping, drink, eat and if you have a childs be sure they will have a great time. If you are handmade and art lover you can find nice crafts and jewelery make by local womens.
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City Mall
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It is the only mall exist in the area. Here you can make your shopping, drink, eat and if you have a childs be sure they will have a great time. If you are handmade and art lover you can find nice crafts and jewelery make by local womens.
Parks & Nature
Kids park and cafe , nice option for a family. Also is beautiful to walk.
Abant Sokak
Kids park and cafe , nice option for a family. Also is beautiful to walk.
Everything Else
The fortifications of Famagusta are a series of defensive walls and other fortifications which surround the city of Famagusta in Northern Cyprus. The walls were built by the Lusignan Kingdom of Cyprus in the 14th century, and redesigned by Republic of Venice in 15th and 16th centuries before the siege of Ottoman Empire in 1571. Fortifications of Famagusta withstood an 11-month siege before the city capitulated to the Ottoman Empire in August 1571
Suriçi
The fortifications of Famagusta are a series of defensive walls and other fortifications which surround the city of Famagusta in Northern Cyprus. The walls were built by the Lusignan Kingdom of Cyprus in the 14th century, and redesigned by Republic of Venice in 15th and 16th centuries before the siege of Ottoman Empire in 1571. Fortifications of Famagusta withstood an 11-month siege before the city capitulated to the Ottoman Empire in August 1571