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This is a list of cities in Cyprus. The list first lists the English name followed by the official Greek name in Greek script. If this name differs from the English name, the Greek name is then rendered in the Latin alphabet. Lastly, the (unofficial) Turkish/turkified names. Old names are shown in brackets. Jump to: navigation, search Melbourne, Australia by night For alternate meanings see city (disambiguation) A city is an urban area, differentiated from a town, village, or hamlet by size, population density, importance, or legal status. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Jump to: navigation, search Turkish (Türkçe) is a Turkic language spoken natively in Cyprus, Bulgaria, and by perhaps 80% of the population of Turkey, as well as by several million immigrants in the European Union. ...

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District capitals

  • Famagusta, Greek: Αμμόχωστος (Ammochostos), Turkish: Gazimağusa (former Turkish: Mağusa)
  • Kyrenia, Greek: Κερύνεια (Keryneia), Turkish: Girne
  • Limassol, Greek: Λεμεσός (Lemesos), Other names: Limasol, Leymosun
  • Larnaca, Greek: Λάρνακα (Larnaka), Other names: Kart Hadasht, Kition (ancient). Skala (Turkish: İskele) is the name of the former Turkish quarter of the city.
  • Nicosia, Greek: Λευκωσία (Lefkosia), Turkish: Lefkoşa
  • Paphos, Greek: Πάφος (Pafos), Turkish: Baf. Ancient Greek: Ktima

The districts (επαρχίες) are the subnational subdivisions of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Famagusta (Greek: Αμμόχωστος, Ammochostos; Turkish: Gazimağusa) is a city on the east coast of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Image:KyreniaCastleAtNight. ... View of Limassol from the top of the medieval castle museum Limassol (population 107,000) is the English name for Lemesos (Greek: Λεμεσός, Turkish: Leymosun), the second-largest city of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Larnaca, or Larnaka, is a city on the southeast coast of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Nicosia, Cyprus For the Italian town, see Nicosia, Sicily Nicosia, known locally as Lefkosia (Greek: Λευκωσία; see also List of traditional Greek place names) or Lefkoşa (Turkish), is the capital and largest city of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Paphos castle Pafos, usually written Paphos in English, (Greek: Πάφος, Páfos; Turkish: Baf) is a coastal town in the south-west of Cyprus. ...

Minor towns and villages in northern Cyprus by District

A) Nicosia District

  • Agia, Dilekkaya
  • Agia Marina, Gürpınar
  • Agios Vasillios, Türkeli
  • Ammadies, Sülemaniye
  • Ampelikou, Bağlıköy
  • Angolemi, Taşpınar
  • Argaki, Akçay
  • Avlona, Gayretköy
  • Beykoy, Beyköy
  • Elia, Doğanoı
  • Epichio, Cihangir
  • Exo Metochi, Duzova
  • Fyllia, Serhatköy
  • Galini, Ömerli
  • Gerolakkos, Alayköy
  • Gonyeli, Gönyeli
  • Kalo Chorio, Çamlıköy
  • Kalo Chorio (Kapouti), Kalkanlı
  • Kalyvakia, Kalavaç
  • Kanli, Kanlıköy
  • Kato Kopia, Zümrütköy
  • Kato Zodia, Aşağıbostancı
  • Kazivera, Gaziveran
  • Kourou Monastiri, Çukarova
  • Kyra, Mevlevi
  • Kythrea, Değirmenlik
  • Lefka, Lefke
  • Louroukina, Akıncılar
  • Loutros, Bademiliköy
  • Limnitis, Yeşilımak
  • Mandres, Hamitköy
  • Masari, Şahinler
  • Mia Milia, Haspolat
  • Mora, Meriç
  • Morfou, Güzelyurt
  • Neo Chorio, Minareliköy
  • Nikitas, Güneşköy
  • Ortakoy, Ortaköy
  • Palekythro, Balıkesir
  • Pano Zodia, Yukarıbostancı
  • Pentagia, Yeşilyurt
  • Peristeronari, Cengizköy
  • Petra, Taşköy
  • Petra tou Digeni, Yeniceköy
  • Potamos tou Kampou, Yedidalga
  • Prastio, Aydınköy
  • Pyrogi, Gaziler
  • Skylloura, Yılmazköy
  • Syrianochori, Yayla
  • Trachoni, Demirhan
  • Tymvou, Kırklar
  • Tymvou Airport, Ercan Havaalani
  • Voni, Gökhan
  • Xeros, Gemikonaĝı
  • Xerovounos, Yukanyeşilımak


B) Kyrenia District

  • Agia Irini, Akdeniz
  • Agois Amvrosios, Esentepe
  • Agios Epiktios, Çatalköy
  • Agios Ermolaos, Şinnevler
  • Agios Georgios, Karaoğlanoğlu
  • Agirta, Ağirdağ
  • Agridaki, Alemdağ
  • Asomatos, Özhan
  • Belapais, Beylerbeyi
  • Charchia, Karaağaç
  • Diorios, Tebebaşı
  • Elia, Yeşiltepe
  • Fota, Dağyolu
  • Ftericha, Ilgaz
  • Kalogrea, Bahçeli
  • Kampyli, Hisarköy
  • Karakoumi, Karakum
  • Karmi, Karaman
  • Karpasia, Karpaşa
  • Kato Dikomo, Aşağıdikmen
  • Kazafani, Ozanköy
  • Kepini, Arapköy
  • Kerynia, Girne
  • Komurcu, Kömürcü
  • Kontemenos, Kılıçaslan
  • Kormakitis, Korumçam
  • Koutoventis, Güngör
  • Krini, Pınarbaşı
  • Lapithos, Lapta
  • Larnakas, Kozan
  • Livera, Sadrazamköy
  • Motides, Alsancak
  • Myrtou, Çamlıbel
  • Oga, Kayalar
  • Paleosofos, Malatya
  • Panagra, Geçitköy
  • Pano Dikomo, Yukarıdikmen
  • Pentadaktylos, Beşparmak Tepesi
  • Pileri, Göçeri
  • Sikhari, Aşağıtaşkent
  • Sysklipos, Akçiçek
  • Templos, Zeytinlik
  • Thermia, Doğanköy
  • Trapeza, Beşparmak
  • Trimithi, Edremit
  • Vasilia, Karşıyaka
  • Vouno, Yukarıtaşkent

C) Famagusta District

  • Acheritou, Güvercinlik
  • Achna, Düzce
  • Afania, Gaziköy
  • Agios Andronios, Topçuköy
  • Agios Chartion, Ergenekon
  • Agios Georgios, Aygün
  • Agios Iakovo, Altınova
  • Agios Ilias, Yarköy
  • Agios Nikolaos, Yamaçköy
  • Agios Sergios, Yeniboğayiçi
  • Akanthou, Tatlısu
  • Aloa, Atlılar
  • Ammochostos (Famagusta), Gazimağusa
  • Angastina, Aslanköy
  • Ardana, Ardahan
  • Arnadi, Kuzucuk
  • Artemi, Andamı
  • Assia, Paşaköy
  • Avgolida, Kurtulus
  • Bogazi, Bogaz
  • Davlos, Kaplıca
  • Egkomi, Tuzla
  • Flamoudi, Mersinlik
  • Gaidouras, Korkuteli
  • Gastria, Kelecik
  • Genagra, Nergizli
  • Gerani, Tumalar
  • Goufes, Çamlıca
  • Gypsou, Akova
  • Kalopsida, Çayönü
  • Kiados, Serdarlı
  • Knodara, Gönendere
  • Kontea, Türkmenköy
  • Kornokipos, Görneç
  • Kouklia, Köprülü
  • Kridia, Kilitkaya
  • Lapathos, Sınırüstü
  • Lefkoniko, Geçitkale
  • Limnia, Mormenekşe
  • Lysi, Akdoğan
  • Makrasyka, İncirli
  • Mandres, Ağıllar
  • Maratha, Muratağa
  • Marathovounos, Ulukışla
  • Melounta, Mallıdağ
  • Millia, Yıldırım
  • Monagra, Boğaztepe
  • Mousoulita, Kurudere
  • Ovgoros, Ergazi
  • Patriki, Tuzluca
  • Pergamos, Beyarmudu
  • Peristerona, Alaniçi
  • Perivolia tou Trikomou, Bahçele
  • Platani, Çınarlı
  • Prastio, Dörtyöl
  • Psyllatos, Sütlüce
  • Pyrga, Pirhan
  • Santalaris, Sandallar-Şehitler
  • Sinta, İnönü
  • Spathariko, Ötüken
  • Strongylos, Turunçlu
  • Stylli, Mutluyaka
  • Trikomo, İskele
  • Trypimeni, Tirmen
  • Vatili, Vadilli
  • Vitsada, Pınarlı
  • Achna, Greek: 'Αχνα, Turkish: Duzce
  • Akanthou, Greek: Ακανθού, Turkish: Tatlisu
  • Akrotiri Greek: Ακρωτήρι
  • Amathus
  • Apostolos Andreas
  • Asinou
  • Ayia Trias, Greek: Αγία Τριάς, Turkish: Sipahi
  • Bellapais, Greek: Mpellapaïs, Bellabayis
  • Buffavento
  • Dhekelia Greek: Δεκέλεια
  • Gerolakkos, Greek: Γερόλακκος, Turkish: Alaykoy
  • Gialousa, Greek: Γιαλούσα, Turkish: Yeni Erenköy / Maltepe
  • Karpasia, Greek: Καρπάσια, Turkish: Karpasa
  • Kiti
  • Kokkina, Turkish: Erenköy
  • Kormakitis, Greek: Κορμακίτης, Turkish: Korucan
  • Kornokipos, Turkish: Gornec
  • Kythrea, Greek: Κυθρέα, Turkish: Degirmenlik
  • Lagoudera
  • Lambousa
  • Lapithos, Greek: Λάπηθος, Turkish: Lapta
  • Lefka, Greek: Λεύκα, Turkish: Lefke
  • Lefkonoiko, Greek: Λευκόνοικο, Turkish: Geçitkale
  • Leonarisso, Greek: Λεονάρισσο, Turkish: Ziyamet
  • Limnitis, Greek: Λιμνίτης, Turkish: Yeşilirmak
  • Lythrangomi, Greek: Λυθράγκωμη, Turkish: Boltasli
  • Mia Milia, Greek: Μιά Μηλιά, Turkish: Haspolat
  • Morphou, Greek: Μόρφου (Morfu), Turkish: Güzelyurt (Omorfo), Morfou
  • Polis, Greek: Polis
  • Paralimni
  • Pyla, Greek: Πύλα, Turkish: Pile
  • Rizokarpaso, Greek: Ριζοκάρπασο, Turkish: Dipkarpaz. Ancient name: Carpasia
  • Salamis. Ancient name: Constantia
  • Strovolos, Strovolos
  • Templos, Greek: Τέμπλος, Turkish: Zeytinlik
  • Trikomo, Greek: Τρίκωμο, Turkish: İskele
  • Tymvou, Turkish: Ercan
  • Vasilikos, Vasilikos
  • Varosha, Turkish: Maraş (a ghost town. The southern half of Famagusta)
  • Zygi

Jump to: navigation, search There is also an Akrotiri peninsula on the island of Crete. ... Amathus was an ancient city of Cyprus, on the southern coast, about 24 miles west of Larnaka and 6 miles east of Limassol. ... The road to Lawrence Durrells house Bellapais is a small village in North Cyprus, about four miles from Kyrenia (or Girne, to give it its Turkish name) and was the home for some years of Lawrence Durrell who wrote about life in Cyprus in his book Bitter Lemons. ... Jump to: navigation, search There is also an Akrotiri peninsula on the island of Crete. ... Kokkina is the Greek Cypriot name for the Turkish Cypriot exclave of Erenköy, which contains a village bearing the same name. ... Kornokipos is a village in Famagusta region of Cyprus. ... Lapithos is an ancient kingdom on the northern coast of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Limnitis (Greek: Λιμνίτης, Turkish: YeÅŸilirmak) is a village in in the Tillyria region in Nicosia District, North Western Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Morphou (in Greek Μόρφου, in Turkish Omorfo (pre 1974) or Güzelyurt post 1974) is a market town in the north-west of Cyprus. ... Polis (or Polis Chrysochous) is a small town at the north-west end of the island of Cyprus, at the centre of Chrysochous Bay, and on the edge of the Akamas peninsula nature reserve. ... Paralimni is a town situated in the South East of Cyprus, a little way inland, within the Famagusta area. ... Jump to: navigation, search There is also a town called Pyla in Greece, see Pyla, Greece. ... Jump to: navigation, search Church in Rizokarpaso Rizokarpaso (Greek: Ριζοκάρπασο, Turkish: Dipkarpaz) is a town on the Karpass Peninsula in Famagusta District, North-eastern Cyprus. ... Salamis is an ancient city on the east coast of Cyprus, at the mouth of the river Pedieos, 6 km North of GazimaguÅŸa. ... Jump to: navigation, search Templos is a village in the Kyrenia district in Cyprus, thought to be named by the Templar Knights. ... Jump to: navigation, search Tymvou (Greek: Τύμβου, Turkish: Ercan) is a village in located in central Cyprus in the Nicosia District. ... Jump to: navigation, search Famagusta (Greek: Αμμόχωστος, Ammochostos; Turkish: GazimaÄŸusa) is a city on the east coast of Cyprus. ...

Historic sites

Antiphonitis: church exterior Antiphonitis is a 12th century domed church in Cyprus. ... Kantara Castle The Kantara Castle is the easternmost of the castles situated on the Kyrenia mountain range on the island of Cyprus. ... The St. ... Soli is an ancient city on the island of Cyprus, located west of Kyrenia. ...

Geographic names

Jump to: navigation, search Akrotiri Bay (Greek: Κόλπος Ακρωτηριου, Kolpos Akrotiriou; Turkish: Limasol Körfezi) is a part of the Mediterranean Sea located on the southern coast of the island of Cyprus. ... Map of North-East Cyprus showing Cape Apostolos Andreas (red star) Cape Apostolos Andreas (Cape Saint Andrew) is the north-easternmost point (promontory) of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus (35°41. ... Cape Kormatis is a promontory (35° 24′ 19″ N 32° 55′ 13″ E) on the north-western coast of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. ... Jump to: navigation, search Episkopi Bay (Greek: Κόλπος Επισκοπής, Kolpos Episkopis; Turkish: Piskobu Körfezi) is a part of the Mediterranean Sea on the south-western shore of the island of Cyprus, located between the cities of Paphos and Limassol in the Limassol District. ... The Karpass Peninsula (Karpasia) is a long, finger-like peninsula that is one of the most prominent geographical features of the island of Cyprus. ... The Kyrenia mountain range is a long, narrow chain of mountains that runs approximately 160 km (100 mi) along the north coast of Cyprus. ... The Mesaoria is a broad, sweeping plain which makes up the center of the island of Cyprus. ... The highest point of the Troodos Mountains (1952 m). ... Morphou Bay, on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, is the westernmost seaboard of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. ... The Pedieos is the longest river in Cyprus. ... The Pentadactylos mountains comprise the western half of the Kyrenia mountain range, a long, narrow chain which runs 160 km (100 mi) along the northern coast of Cyprus. ... The Troodos Mountains are situated in the Greek part of Cyprus. ...

See also:

This is the list of city listings by country and territory: See also List of cities by latitude List of metropolitan areas by population List of national capitals List of capitals of subnational entities List of towns List of neighborhood listings by city External link Place Names of Europe Categories... The districts (επαρχίες) are the subnational subdivisions of Cyprus. ...

External link

  • ikypros.comPortal of Cyprus (in Greek)
  • List of city names pre- and post-1974 (set the code map in your browser to Greek (Windows)
  • Map

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