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Kantara Castle

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Fred
Fred
July 22, 2014
Gammelt festningsverk på toppen av fjellene som er verdt et besøk. Fantastisk utsikt ut over Middelhavet og nordlige og sørlige Kypros.
Fred
Fred
July 22, 2014
Gammelt festningsverk på toppen av fjellene som er verdt et besøk. Fantastisk utsikt ut over Middelhavet og nordlige og sørlige Kypros.
Philippa
Philippa
October 13, 2021
A must if you visit the Karpaz peninsula, old ruined castle
Indre
Indre
October 27, 2020
Kantara is reckoned to be the place where Isaac Komnenos surrendered to Richard the Lionheart in 1191, like Buffavento and St Hilarion. During 1228-30 it was occupied by the troops of the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II who was struggling for his take-over of the island. Kantara Castle figured…
Mehmet Savaş
Mehmet Savaş
November 12, 2018
Climb the Kantara Castle and enjoy the views.

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“Rizokarpaso (Turkish: Dipkarpaz) is a town on the Karpas Peninsula in the northeastern part of Cyprus. While nominally part of the Famagusta District, it has been under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus since the partition of the island in 1974. Rizokarpaso is one of the largest towns on the peninsula. Soil near the town consists of terra fusca which is very fertile. Local crops include carob, cotton, tobacco, and grain. The town's surroundings are famous as the wildest and one of the most unspoilt parts of the island. The municipality's territory features the Karpaz National Park, home to the Karpass donkey and some of the finest beaches of the island.”
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“To the north east of North Cyprus lies the 'Panhandle', or Karpas Peninsula. Alternatively spelled Karpaz, the region stretches from near Famagusta to the northern-most tip of Cyprus. The Karpas covers a substantial part of the island and extends to 80 kilometres in length and up to 20 in width.One of the most unspoiled places anywhere in the whole of the Mediterranean region, the Karpas is home to an outstanding number of birds and its northern and eastern shores have some of the most beautiful and deserted beaches in North Cyprus - in fact in the whole of the island. The Karpas region is rich in subterranean water reservoirs, so crops including fruit, olives and tobacco are grown in abundance, although in many of the small villages dotted around the region a tractor is still a novelty and many jobs still rely on traditional horse-drawn tools. The other main source of income for the region now is fishing, with the villages of Bogaz and Kumyali being the main centres for fishing in the Karpas. During the 20th century, some mining was carried out along parts of the Karpas, which are rich in various minerals, but these mines closed long ago and little evidence of this industry remains today apart from a few deserted buildings. ”
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