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Famagusta is a city of history. Namik Kemal, the penalty of exile led by a very small and dungeon-like prison here in a working office. This city is the most vibrant city in northern Cyprus. There are beautiful hotels and beaches are magnificent.

     Namik Kemal Dungeon, Namik Kemal Square, located west of the courtyard of the Palace of Venice, and a two-storey rectangular structure. The courtyard of the Palace of Venice opened the door of a single cell. A rectangular nave in front of the room are on the top floor.

     Namik Kemal, "Fatherland or Silistra" Gedik Pasha theater of the game be played in Istanbul on April 5, 1873 and then exiled to Cyprus on April 9, 1873. Closed the dungeon downstairs a few days, the poet, after a period of Cyprus was upstairs with the permission of Governor Veyis Pasha. De V. on June 3, 1876 Pardoned, returned to Istanbul by Murat. "Namik Kemal Dungeon and Museum" The restoration and landscaping work done in 1993 and opened for visitors.

Namik Kemal Dungeon
     Namik Kemal, when kept within the walls of his poems, and a Guards "who ma garaladı these walls be? Wash genneri gızacaklar to me" (meaning hell, who scribbled these walls? Kızmasınlar me cleaned up.), Saying it removes poems on the wall dungeon .

Off Maras
     A lot of time on modern politics and bargaining Pompeii'si rotating case, the once abandoned to rot for 30 years in Las Vegas ... the city of Famagusta in Northern Cyprus, Cyprus Peace Operation closed around the wires and then translated for use, input and output in a strange forbidden zone . Only those soldiers can enter.

     Explains how it has escaped, leaving the Greeks up your stuff. Convenience stores, restaurants, hotels and huge houses, ie everything that looks like it is about life.

Salamis Ruins
     Located 6 kilometers north of the city of Famagusta in Cyprus, and BC 11. century, based on the ancient city. Kanlıdere'nin Troodos Mountain and flows into the sea where the basin at a location near the city of Salamis was founded 19 end of the century was uncovered with earth and trees. 1952 - 1974 years were discovered in excavations made in the majority of the city. Ruins of Salamis in Cyprus is one of the landmarks.

Monastery of St. Barnabas
     Was born the son of a Jewish family in Salamis, St. Barnabas to spread Christianity in Jerusalem and returns to studying sonraKıbrıs'a St in MS45. Paul starts to work with. This is due to the activities by the citizens are murdered, his corpse to be thrown into the sea, is stored in a swamp. St. Students happen Barnabas, Salamis west of the corpse's chest in an underground cave in and bury St.Mathews' s put a copy of the Gospels. Where the body was hidden for many years remains unknown. Anthemios 432 years after the bishop, in his dream he saw the tomb, saying it wants to open. When the burial St. Mathews bible, therefore, St. Barnabas is identified. Following this discovery Bishop went to Istanbul, and Cyprus, church autonomy informs the Emperor Zeno'yu wins. The emperor, was the burial place where enough donations for the construction of a monastery is located. The monastery A.D. 477'de is built. The monastery is a church, the priests once lived three sides of the courtyard and the courtyard consists of rooms.

St. Barnabas Icon and Archaeology Museum
     St. The majority of the church of Barnabas 18 There is a rich collection of icon-century. Enkomi basalt mill in the courtyard of the monastery inhabited region, while the other columns and stones came from Salamis. The lives of the priests in the restored and maintained rooms was converted into a museum of archeology. The Museum of Cyprus until the Neolithic Period to the Roman Period belonging to a wide variety of historical works of a line is still available. Also in bronze and marble works exhibited in the museum.
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