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Basic information about Nicosia
Nicosia District is one of the six districts of Cyprus. Its main town is the island country's capital city, Nicosia. The TRNC-controlled northern part of the district is the Lefkoşa District of the unrecognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. TRNC-controlled areas of the Larnaca District of the Republic of Cyprus are administered as part of Nicosia District, while western parts of the Nicosia District under TRNC control are administered as part of the new Güzelyurt District.
Cities, towns & villages in Nicosia
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VyzakiáVyzakia (Greek: Βυζακιά [locally [vizˑaˈt͡ʃa]]) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 2 km east of Nikitari. A village in the district of Nicosia. Built on the banks of the river Elia, 300 metres above sea level and about 9 kilometres south of Astromeritis. In older times, water mills were constructed perpendicularly to the valley of Elia, so as to serve the needs of the village as well as those of several other neighbouring communities. The village's territory sits upon pebbles, sand and clay in the north and lava in the south. Some believe that the village owes its name to the shingles carried by the river and deposited on its banks, this being one of the village's impressive elements. The traditional houses of the village with their idiosyncratic architecture have thes Show Vyzakiáon the map
AskásAskas (Ασκάς) is a small village in Pitsilia region in the Nicosia District on the island of Cyprus. It is positioned 1000 metres above sea level on the north side of the Troodos mountain range, at the foot of Mount Papoutsa. Ioannis Constantinou is the president of the Community Council of Askas. Askas, like all the villages of the area, has gone through fluctuations of its population. In 1881 its inhabitants numbered 142, increasing to 333 in 1911, and to 439 in 1946. In 1960 the population decreased to 363, and to 321 in 1982. In the 2001 census the village numbered 187 inhabitants. Show Askáson the map
FarmakásFarmakas (Greek: Φαρμακάς) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located around 5 km east of Palaichori. Farmakas is the village where Farmakas springs are located, high up in the Troodos Mountains of Cyprus. Farmakas is indicative of Cyprus' mountain traditional village culture, with an easy going lifestyle, fresh open air, healthy Mediterranean cuisine, hospitable people and natural picturesque surroundings, rich agricultural diversity, deriving from its fertile grounds and ideal climatic conditions. Show Farmakáson the map
PeristerónaPeristerona (Greek: is a large village about 32 kilometres west of the capital Nicosia, on the foothills of the Troodos Mountain range in the Morphou basin. It is built on the west bank of the river that bears the same name, which is a tributary of the river Serrachis, at an average altitude of 250 meters. The population by the 2001 census was 2,173. It is primarily an agricultural village producing citrus-fruit vegetables, cereals olives and almonds. The name Peristerona derives from the Greek word for dove or pigeon (peristeri). Show Peristerónaon the map
PsimolofouPsimolofou or Psimolophou (Greek: Ψιμολόφου) is village located about 16 km from Nicosia District Capital of Cyprus, en route to the historic Machairas Monastery. Psimolofou rests at a height of 340 meters above sea level and it is surrounded by a number of perfectly flat hills and it is only 500 meters away from Padiaos river. Psimolofou was established as a small village since the 12th century AD. The Old village in the center has narrow streets and very old houses made of soil and hay blocks called plynths (Greek: Πλύνθοι) Show Psimolofouon the map
LinoúLinou (Greek: Λινού) is a remote village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located south of the Skouriotissa mines and 5 km north of Evrychou with a population of 207, 25% of them refugees. Linou's earliest evidence of habitation dates back to the Middle Ages. The name of the village, however, appears to have ancient Greek roots, suggesting life in the region since antiquity; on old maps it is marked as Linu. Linou – often shown on local maps as Linou-Flasou – is built on the right of the river valley Karkoti at an approximate altitude of 310 meters above sea level. The village receives an average annual rainfall of about 360 millimeters. In the village, some of the older residents own plots of farmland where they cultivate olives, citrus fruits, some vegetables (peas and tomatoes), wheat Show Linoúon the map
LouroukínaLouroujina (Greek: [locally [luɾuˈt͡ʃina]]; Turkish: Akıncılar, previously Lurucina or Luricina) is a village in Cyprus, located within the salient that marks the southernmost extent of Northern Cyprus. It was one of the largest Turkish Cypriot villages in Cyprus before the Turkish invasion. In 1974, Louroujina was secured so as to be placed within a contiguous Turkish Cypriot zone, which later became Northern Cyprus. The United Nations Buffer Zone separates the Louroujina salient from the area controlled by the Republic of Cyprus. The only road into Louroujina is through the Turkish military camp in Pyroi. Show Louroukínaon the map
NicosiaNicosia (/ˌnɪkəˈsiːə/ NIK-ə-SEE-ə; Greek: Λευκωσία [lefkoˈsi.a]; Turkish: Lefkoşa [lefˈkoʃa]; is the largest city on the island of Cyprus. It is located near the centre of the Mesaoria plain, on the banks of the River Pedieos. Apart from its legislative and administrative functions, Nicosia has established itself as the island's financial capital and its main international business centre. In 2012, Nicosia was the 5th richest city in the world in relative purchasing power. Show Nicosiaon the map
KalopanagiótisKalopanagiotis (Greek: is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 3 km north of Moutoullas. This picturesque village with its traditional architecture, its cobbled streets and footpaths, chapels and churches, is an example of a genuine traditional community unaffected by modern day civilization. Houses with tiled rooftops, picturesque balconies, courtyards with shady vine trees climbing everywhere are the main characteristics of the village. All these are surrounded by the lavish green vegetation of the Setrachos Valley. Show Kalopanagiótison the map
SkylloúraSkylloura (Greek: Σκυλλούρα, Turkish: Yılmazköy) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, about halfway between the towns of Morphou and Nicosia. It is administered by the Lefkoşa District of Northern Cyprus. In the town the two main roads Morphou-Nicosia and meet. Show Skylloúraon the map
Péra ChorióPera Chorio (Greek: Πέρα Χωριό) is a village located in Cyprus, near the town of Dali.Pera Chorio is a large village, the population of the village is around 2,200 people. Many of them are refugees who went to the village after the Turkish invasion. There is a river called Gualias that separates the Pera Chorio from Nisou. Gualias is the second biggest river in Cyprus. In Pera Chorio you can find many shops, supermarkets, kiosks, bakeries and other communication buildings. The environment is good and there are many trees. Most of middle-aged people are farmers and cattle-breeders. In winter the temperature is 10-25C and at the summer is 35+C. Facts:There are two Primary Schools (A' and B').There is one high school and one private high school.There are 5 churches (Metamorfoseos tou Sotiros, Show Péra Chorióon the map
MórfouMorphou (Greek: Μόρφου; Turkish: Omorfo or Güzelyurt) is a town in the northwestern part of Cyprus, under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. It is the administrative center of the Güzelyurt District of Northern Cyprus. Having been a predominantly Greek Cypriot community before the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, the town is now inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. With a population of 18,000 people, the town is famous for its apples, vegetables, grapefruit and melons, for which a large proportion of the citrus fruits are exported and the remainder are turned into fruit juice and canned for local consumption and export. Morphou is also famous for its annual Orange Festival, which is a major event lasting two weeks. Show Mórfouon the map
ÉgkomiEngomi (Greek: Έγκωμη) is a suburb and municipality of the Cypriot capital Nicosia. In 2011, it had a population of 18,010. Of these, 14,254 were citizens of Cyprus. It is a mainly residential neighbourhood with many large villas. It also includes a very important annexe to the powerful Monastery of Our Lady Eleousa. The University of Nicosia is also located within the municipality and thus is home to a large student population made up mainly of foreign students from Eastern European and Arab countries amongst other minority nationalities such as British, French and American. Show Égkomion the map
Agía MarínaAgia Marina (Greek: Αγία Μαρίνα Turkish: Gürpınar) is a village in Cyprus, 24 km west of Nicosia. It takes its name from Saint Marina. De facto, Agia Marina is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Agía Marínaon the map
Káto PýrgosPyrgos is officially composed of two villages, the larger Kato Pyrgos (Greek: Κάτω Πύργος, Turkish: Aşağı Pirgo) and the smaller Pano Pyrgos (Πάνω Πύργος). Together they have around 3000 inhabitants. Pyrgos is the only Cypriot town located on the Morphou Bay controlled by the Republic of Cyprus. Due to its location, being surrounded by the Troödos Mountains, the Turkish controlled exclave of Kokkina, and the Green Line, it is rather isolated and difficult to reach and gets significant numbers of visitors only in August during summer vacation. Show Káto Pýrgoson the map
TsériTseri (also known as Seri or Xeri; Greek: Tσέρι; Turkish: Çeri) is a south suburb of Nicosia, Cyprus. The region had a population of about of 300 people before 1974. In 2011, it had a population of 7,035. Its inhabitants are known as \"Tseriotis\" or \"Tserkotis\" for males and \"Tseriotissa\" or \"Tserkotissa\" for females. Following a referendum in 2011, Tseri has become a municipality. Show Tsérion the map
KakopetriáKakopetria is a town in Cyprus located 55 kilometres (34 mi) southwest of the capital, Nicosia, on the north facing foothills of the Troodos Mountains. It stands at an altitude of 667 metres and it is the highest village in the Solea Valley. The community has about 1,200 permanent inhabitants and a couple hundred more who either have a summer house or are originally from kakopetria but work in Nicosia. It is surrounded by thick forestland and is built on the banks of the Kargotis and Garillis Rivers. The two rivers join within village itself and form the river Klarios, which crosses the Solea Valley and empties into Morphou Bay. Show Kakopetriáon the map
Miá MiliáMia Milia (Greek: Μια Μηλιά or Μία Μηλιά, literally 'One Apple tree', Turkish: Haspolat) is an industrialised village and an eastern suburb of North Nicosia. Mia Milia is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus and functions as a separate municipality. The Cyprus International University and the new Nicosia bi-communal water treatment plant are located within its boundaries. Show Miá Miliáon the map
PedoulásPedoulas (Greek: Πεδουλάς, Turkish: Pedula) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located at an altitude of 1 100 m in the Troodos Mountains, 4 km south of Moutoullas. The name is derived from the words pediada (valley) and laos (people). Pedoulas is known for its 12 churches, varying from a 15th-century chapel to a 1930s cathedral. The most important is the Archangelos Michael (Archangel Michael) church, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with nine other Painted Churches in the Troödos Region. Show Pedouláson the map
LéfkaLefka (Greek: Λεύκα; Turkish: Lefke) is a town in Cyprus, overlooking Morphou Bay. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. In 2011, the town-proper had 3,009 inhabitants. Lefka is known for its citrus fruits and mines. It is the site of the European University of Lefke. During the Venetian period in Cyprus, Lefka was dominated by Catholics of Italian descent. Turks migrated to Lefka during Ottoman rule. Asil Nadir and Nil Burak were born in Lefka. The city houses the tomb of Nazim al-Haqqani, spiritual head of the Haqqani branch of the Naqshbandi Sufi order, died on 7 May 2014. Show Léfkaon the map
AlámpraAlampra or Alambra (Greek: Αλάμπρα) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Excavations took place here between 1974 and 1985, where the remains of a Middle Bronze Age (ca. 1900-1650 BC) settlement were found. Several residential buildings, rectangular houses with several rooms were found. They are among the earliest rectangular buildings in Cyprus. Cattle, deer, pig and goat bones and ceramics were also found which were important to clarify the development of Bronze Age pottery in Cyprus. Ceramic figurines and copper objects were also found, but no signs of copper processing. Show Alámpraon the map
KókkinaKokkina (Greek: Κόκκινα [locally [ˈkot͡ʃina]]; Turkish: Erenköy or Koççina) is a coastal exclave of the de facto Northern Cyprus, and a former Turkish Cypriot village and enclave in Cyprus. It is surrounded by mountainous territory, with the Morphou Bay on its northern flank. Kokkina sits several kilometres west of the Northern Cyprus mainland and is a place with symbolic significance to Turkish Cypriots, because of the events of August 1964 (cf. Battle of Tillyria). In 1976, all Kokkina inhabitants were transferred to Gialousa and the exclave has since functioned as a Turkish Army military camp. Show Kókkinaon the map
FrodísiaVroisha or Frodisia (Greek: Βροΐσια [ˈvro.iʃa] or Φρόδισια; Turkish: Vroişa or Yağmuralan) is a deserted village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, in the Paphos Forest. Before 1964, it was inhabited exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. Vroisha was deserted between 15 and 18 March 1964. Soon after, the Forestry Commission of the Republic of Cyprus razed the village to the ground. The village has been known as Vroişa (Vroisha in English) for hundreds of years; sometime after 1974, the Republic of Cyprus changed its official name to \"Frodisia\". Show Frodísiaon the map
TýmvouTymbou (Greek: Τύμπου, officially Τύμβου; Turkish: Kırklar, previously Timbu) is a village in the central Mesaoria plain of Cyprus. Tymbou is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. After 1960, the village was inhabited exclusively by Greek Cypriots; in 1973, they numbered 1,288. The original population fled the village in 1974, following the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus. As of 2011, Tymbou had a population of 384. The primary civilian airport of Northern Cyprus, Ercan International Airport, is located directly north of the village. Show Týmvouon the map
GalátaGalata is a village in the Solea valley, located about 60 km west of the capital Nicosia, in the Troödos Mountains of Cyprus. According to Greek mythology, Cyprus was the first land that Aphrodite set foot on; where Pygmalion begged her to let him be with the statue that he created in her image. Aphrodite brought the statue to life and Pygmalion married Galata. It is a popular summer tourist destination (especially among locals) for its cooler climate in the summer months. It is also well known on the island for its fruit produce. Show Galátaon the map
FikárdouFikardou (Greek: Φυκάρδου) is an old settlement that has retained its traditional medieval characteristics. It is situated on the south eastern slopes of the Troodos Mountains, approximately 40 km southwest of Nicosia. The village today is almost deserted. It’s connected by two roads, one from Klirou and the other of Kalo Chorio Klirou. Nearby are also the traditional Lazanias village and the Machairas Monastery. The village is owned by the Department of Antiquities, which in 1978 has been declared as a World Heritage Site. Show Fikárdouon the map
MoutoullásMoutoullas (Greek: [locally [mutuˈlːas]], Turkish: Mudulla) is a mountain village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, at an elevation of 800 m (2,600 ft) in Marathasa Valley. In 2011, it had a population of 174. The old village church, the 13th-century chapel of Panayia tou Moutoulla, is one of the earliest-dated examples of the steep-pitched wooden roof type with frescoes. It was built in around 1280 and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Moutoullas is known for its mineral water, which is bottled and sold island-wide. Show Moutoulláson the map
AglantziáAglandjia (Greek: Αγλαντζιά [locally [aɣlaˈnd͡ʒa]]; Turkish: Eğlence) is a suburb and a municipality of Nicosia, Cyprus. The municipality has a population of 20,783 (2011) and is contiguous with Nicosia Municipality. Aglandjia is near the buffer zone. It has an area of about 31 square kilometers (km²), of which 14 km² are agricultural land occupied by the Turkish army since 1974. Of the remaining 17 km², 9 km² are national forest parks (Athalassa park [8.6 km²] and Pedagogical Academy park [0.4 km²]). Show Aglantziáon the map
GerólakkosGerolakkos (Greek: Turkish: Alayköy) is a village near Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus. It is immediately north of the Green Line. Nicosia International Airport (now defunct) is located about 2 km to its south-east. De facto, Gerolakkos is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Gerólakkoson the map
StróvolosStrovolos (Greek: Στρόβολος; Turkish: Strovolos; Armenian: Ստրովոլոս) is a municipality of Nicosia. With a population of nearly 70,000, it is the second biggest municipality in Cyprus, after Limassol, and the biggest municipality of Nicosia. It was established in 1986. Strovolos is now a town covering 25 square kilometres (9.7 sq mi) divided into six parishes: Chryseleousa, Ayios Demetrios, Apostle Barnabas and Ayia Marina, Ayios Vasilios, National Martyr Kyprianos and Stavros. Show Stróvoloson the map
LoutrósLoutros (Greek: Λουτρός; Turkish: Bademliköy) is a small village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, west of the town of Karavostasi. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Loutros was originally inhabited by Greek Cypriots; they all fled during the 1974 Turkish invasion. The village was reinhabited in the late 1970s by Turkish Cypriots from Xerovounos, and a small number of Turks from Turkey and displaced Turkish Cypriots from Terra and Mandria. Show Loutróson the map
Kaló ChoríoKapouti (Greek: Καπούτι or Καλό Χωριό (Μόρφου); Turkish: Kalkanlı) is a village in Cyprus, near Morphou, and 32 km north-west of Nicosia. The village is connected to Diorios, another village to the north. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Before 1974, Kapouti was inhabited by Greek Cypriots. Displaced Turkish Cypriots from Arodes resettled in Kapouti, giving it the Turkish name of their old village (Kalkanlı, meaning \"armed with a shield\"). Show Kaló Choríoon the map
Káto DefteráDeftera (Greek: Δευτερά) is a village 11 km south-west of Nicosia in Cyprus. It is officially split into two administrative areas (communities): Pano Deftera (Πάνω Δευτερά) and Kato Deftera (Κάτω Δευτερά). Deftera was the home of the well-known Eramian family, an Armenian-Cypriot family that came to Cyprus in 1768 and its descendants are spread around the world. The history of the family is documented in Joy Kouyoumdjian's book The Agha's Children. Show Káto Defteráon the map
Káto MoníKato Moni (Greek: Κάτω Μονή) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 7 km south of Peristerona. In 2001 the village had 311 inhabitants. East of the town lies the now uninhabited Turkish Cypriot village of Agioi Iliofotoi. Kato Moni is connected via road to the village of Orounta in the north (2 km), to the village of Agioi Iliofotoi in the south-east (1,5 km), and to the village of Agia Marina Xyliatou in the south-west 3 km). Show Káto Moníon the map
Ágios DométiosAyios Dhometios (Greek: Άγιος Δομέτιος or Άη Δεμέτης; Turkish: Aydemet) is a suburb located west of the Cypriot capital Nicosia. It has a population of 12,456 (2011 census) making it one of Cyprus' biggest municipalities. Since 2003 and the opening of the border, Ayios Dhometios is the site of the islands most important checkpoint in Cyprus, through which thousands of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots pass over the line every day. Show Ágios Dométioson the map
PyrógiPyrogi (Greek: Πυρόι; Turkish: Gaziler) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located south of Tymvou. It is under de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Today it is largely uninhabited, as the village lies within military area and can only be visited with permission of the Turkish military. In 1960 the village had 460 inhabitants. Two kilometres west of the town lies the also uninhabited former village of Margo. Show Pyrógion the map
SkouriótissaSkouriotissa (Greek: is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus and the site of the former Skourotissa mines. Today the area is largely uninhabited with only 8 people remaining in the village. As of 2011 the village houses the headquarters of Sector 1 of the UNFICYP mission. The headquarters are currently assigned to an infantry unit from Argentina who is lead nation in Sector 1. Show Skouriótissaon the map
PallouriótissaPallouriotissa (Greek: [locally is an area of Nicosia, Cyprus, formerly an independent village, which was annexed to the municipality in 1968. It was subsequently divided into the quarters of Panayia (Panagia) and Saints Constantine and Helen (Agioi Konstantinos kai Eleni). As of 2011, their combined population was 15,607. Pallouriotissa is immediately south of Kaimakli. Show Pallouriótissaon the map
Ágios SozómenosAgios Sozomenos (Greek: Αγιος Σωζόμενος Turkish: Arpalık) is largely deserted village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located close to the Green Line south of Geri. Before 1974, the village was mostly inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. In 2001 there were only four registered inhabitants living here. The film A Detail in Cyprus was made in 1987 by Panicos Chrysanthou about the village. Show Ágios Sozómenoson the map
AplíkiApliki (Greek: Απλίκι) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 4 km northeast of Palaichori. Apliki was a copper mining region dating from the late 14th Century BC. Excavations show it to have been a smelter site, built on rocky terraces. Four houses were excavated, with rich findings, including an ivory cylinder, a cylinder seal of steatite and a gold earring. Show Aplíkion the map
PétraPetra (Greek: Πέτρα; Turkish: Petre or Taşköy) is a former village in Cyprus, now uninhabited and largely destroyed. It is located east of the town of Lefka and just north the Green Line. De facto, Petra is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Petra had a mixed Greek and Turkish Cypriot population with a Greek Cypriot majority. Some of the village has been used as a military camp. Show Pétraon the map
PotamiáPotamia (Greek: Ποταμιά, Turkish: Potamya, Bodamya and Dereliköy) is a village in the north-east of government controlled Cyprus in the district of Nicosia, close to the Green Line separating it from the area of Northern Cyprus. Together with Pyla and Rizokarpaso, Potamia forms one of the few remaining ethnically mixed communities in Cyprus, made up of Greek and Turkish Cypriots. Show Potamiáon the map
MándresHamitköy is an affluent northern suburb of North Nicosia in Cyprus. Hamitköy is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus, and, since 2008, it has been under the jurisdiction of the Nicosia Turkish Municipality. As of 2011, Hamitköy had a population of 5,338. Prior to its urbanisation, it was better known as Mandres (Greek: Μάντρες) or Hamit Mandres (Greek: Χαμίτ Μάντρες). Show Mándreson the map
KyráKyra (Greek: Κυρά; Turkish: Mevlevi) is a village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, 6 km east of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Originally inhabited by Greek Cypriots, since the Turkish invasion in 1974, the village has been solely inhabited by Turks. The Church of Panagia is used by the Turkish army as a depot. Show Kyráon the map
Ágios NikólaosAgios Nikolaos Lefkas (Greek: Άγιος Νικόλαος Λεύκας, Turkish: Yamaç) is an abandoned village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, and it lies within the UN Buffer Zone. In 1946, the village had a population of 132. This declined to 67 by the time of the 1960 census and the village was abandoned altogether with the creation of the UN Buffer Zone. Show Ágios Nikólaoson the map
TrachóniTrachoni (Greek: Τραχώνι; Turkish: Kayakale) is a large village lying partly in the Limassol District of Cyprus, and partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia. As of 2011, it had a population of 3,952. Prior to 1974, Trachoni was inhabited both by Greek- and Turkish Cypriots. The Greek Cypriots constituted a majority. Show Trachónion the map
FylliáFyllia (Greek: Φυλλιά or Φιλιά; Turkish: Serhatköy) is a village in Cyprus, 9 km east of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. In 2011, the Serhartköy Photovoltaic Power Plant (with 2 GWh annual electricity capacity) was constructed by the help of the Council of the European Union to Turkish Cypriots. Show Fylliáon the map
KatokopiáKatokopia (Greek: Kατωκοπιά [locally [katokoˈpca]]; Turkish: Zümrütköy) is a village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, 7 km east of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Originally inhabited by Greek Cypriots, since the Turkish invasion in 1974, the village has been solely inhabited by Turks. Show Katokopiáon the map
Kouroú MonastíriKourou Monastiri (Greek: Κουρού Μοναστήρι; Turkish: Çukurova \"Çukurova\", previously Kuru Manastır) is a Turkish Cypriot village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) east of Kythrea. Kourou Monastiri is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. As of 2011, it had a population of 208. Show Kouroú Monastírion the map
XeróvounosXerovounos (Greek: Turkish: Yukarı Yeşilırmak) is a small village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, west of Karavostasi. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Xerovounos is administered as part of Limnitis. Between 1958 and 1975, it was called Kurutepe in Turkish. Show Xeróvounoson the map
Dýo PotamoíDyo Potamoi (Greek: Δυο Ποταμοί or Δύο Ποταμοί, literally 'Two Rivers', Turkish: İkidere) is an abandoned hamlet in Cyprus, east of Kapouti. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Dyo Potamoi has been abandoned since 1964. In 1960, it had 40 inhabitants, all of them Turkish Cypriots. Show Dýo Potamoíon the map
LimnítisLimnitis (Greek: Λιμνίτης; Turkish: Yeşilırmak) is a coastal village in the Tilliria region of north-western Cyprus. The upper parts of the village are located 20 metres above sea level, but Limnitis extends all the way down to the beach. De facto, Limnitis is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Limnítison the map
AgiáAgia (Greek: Αγιά; Turkish: Dilekkaya or Agakebir) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, east of Tymvou. Today, it is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. The village was almost exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots even before 1974. As of 2011, it had a population of 619. Show Agiáon the map
KaravostásiKaravostasi (Greek: Turkish: Gemikonağı) is a town in Cyprus, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of Lefka. It is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Karavostasi is home to the port of Gemikonağı, which was historically used for exporting copper but is inactive since 1992. Show Karavostásion the map
PotámiPotami is a small village near Nicosia with a population of approximately 558 people. Legend says that the village was created by a king who was buried in the village in a golden carriage. The name of the village probably comes from the two rivers which the village is built between. Show Potámion the map
Pétra tou DigeníPetra tou Digeni (Greek: Πέτρα του Διγενή, Turkish: Yeniceköy) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 7 km east of Kythrea. The village is under de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Even before 1974, the town was almost exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. Show Pétra tou Digeníon the map
KióneliGönyeli (Greek: Κιόνελι; Turkish: Gönyeli) is a town in Cyprus, near the capital city Nicosia. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Over the years the town has merged with North Nicosia, making it connurbated with the city. Its population as of 2011 is 11,671. Show Kiónelion the map
Selládi tou ÁppiSelladi tou Appi (Greek: Σελλάδι του 'Αππη, Turkish: Selçuklu) is a deserted village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, near the Kokkina exclave but within the area controlled by the Cypriot government. Prior to 1974 the village was exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots. Show Selládi tou Áppion the map
MénikoMeniko (Greek: Μένικο) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Located in the centre of the town is the Greek Orthodox church, dedicated to the martyrs St Kyprianos and St Youstina. The community celebrates this church's Feast Day yearly on 2 October. Show Ménikoon the map
AlévgaAlevga (Greek: Αλεύγα Turkish: Alevkaya) is an abandoned village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, south of the Kokkina exclave but in an area still controlled by the Cypriot government. The village was almost exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots prior to 1960. Show Alévgaon the map
Páno KoutrafásPano Koutrafas (Greek: Πάνω Κουτραφάς, Turkish: Kurtboğan) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, 3 km south of Kato Koutrafas. Before 1974 the village was inhabited almost exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. Today the village is largely uninhabited. Show Páno Koutrafáson the map
OmorfítaOmorfita or Kuchuk Kaimakli (Greek: Ομορφίτα [locally [omor̥ˈfita]]; Turkish: Küçük Kaymaklı [cyˈt͡ʃyc kajmakˈɫɯ]) is a northeastern quarter of Nicosia, Cyprus. Omorfita has been divided since 1974, its biggest chunk being under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Omorfítaon the map
Ágios EpifániosAgios Epifanios (Greek: Αγιος Επιφανιος, Turkish: Aybifan ) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 3 km west of Linou. Prior to 1974, the village was inhabited primarily by Turkish Cypriots. Today the village is very insignificantly populated. Show Ágios Epifánioson the map
LythrodóntasLythrodontas (Greek: is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It is 31 kilometres outside is built on the foothill of the mountain region of Machairas and is covered by the green colour of the olive groves. Show Lythrodóntason the map
AstromerítisAstromeritis (Greek: Turkish: Astromerit) is a large village in the Morphou Department of the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It is located 30 km (18.64 mi) from the capital Nicosia. By the 2001 census it had a total population of 2,361. Show Astromerítison the map
GériGeri (Greek: Γέρι) is a large village in Cyprus, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south-east of the capital Nicosia. In 2001, it had a population of 6,643. As of 2011, its population was 8,235. Following a referendum in 2011, Geri has become a municipality. Show Gérion the map
MóraMora (Greek: Μόρα, Turkish: Meriç) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. The village is de facto under the control of Northern Cyprus.Before the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 it was inhabited almost exclusively by Turkish Cypriots Show Móraon the map
DéneiaDeneia (Greek: Δένεια [locally [ˈðeɳˑa]]; Turkish: Denya) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, west of Mammari. It is one of only four villages located within the United Nations Buffer Zone, the other three being Pyla, Athienou and Troulloi. Show Déneiaon the map
GoúrriGourri (Greek: Γούρρι) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, found on a rough side at the foothill of the Machaira mountain, in the geographical region of Pitsilia. The village is located 10 km south of Klirou, 36 km from Nicosia Show Goúrrion the map
Ágios Ioánnis SelémaniSelemani (Greek: Σελέμανι, Turkish: Süleymaniye) is an abandoned village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, near the Kato Pyrgos but within the UN Buffer Zone. Prior to 1974 the village was almost exclusively inhabited by Turkish Cypriots Show Ágios Ioánnis Selémanion the map
KaïmaklíKaimakli (Greek: Καϊμακλί [kaimaˈkli]; Turkish: Kaymaklı or Büyük Kaymaklı [ˈbyjyc kajmakˈɫɯ]) is a large northeastern suburb of Nicosia, Cyprus. Since 1968, it belongs to the Municipality of Nicosia. Its population in 2011 was 11,564. Show Kaïmaklíon the map
PalaíkythroPalaikythro (Greek: Turkish: Balıkesir) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 6 km south of Kythrea, on the main Nicosia-Famagusta highway. The village is under de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Palaíkythroon the map
AredioúArediou (Greek: Αρεδιού) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. A developing village which has the advantage of \"Arediou intercity Bus Station\" connecting the province villages with the suburbs of Nicosia. Show Aredioúon the map
EvrýchouEvrychou (Greek: Ευρύχου, Turkish: Evrihu) is a village in Cyprus. It is located in the Nicosia District and the agricultural centre of the \"Solea\" region located about 50 km south-west of Nicosia and 30 km from mount Troodos. Show Evrýchouon the map
ÁlonaAlona (Greek: Άλωνα) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It located on the north side of the Troodos peaks between Madari and Papoutsa mountain ranges at an altitude of 1200 meters. Show Álonaon the map
GaliníGalini (Greek: Γαληνή; Turkish: Ömerli) is a deserted village in Cyprus, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) north-west of Lefka in the Morphou Bay area. It is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Galiníon the map
PentágeiaPentageia (Greek: Πεντάγεια or Πεντάγια; Turkish: Yeşilyurt) is a village in Cyprus, west of Morphou and 5 km (3 mi) east of Karavostasi. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Pentágeiaon the map
MathiátisMathiatis (Greek: Μαθιάτης [locally [maˈθcatis]]; Turkish: Matiyat) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Before 1960, it had a mixed Greek- and Turkish-Cypriot population. Show Mathiátison the map
Káto FlásouFlasou (Greek: Φλάσου) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It is divided into two parts : Kato Flasou and Pano Flasou. The village is located 2 km north of Evrychou. Show Káto Flásouon the map
VóniVoni (Greek: Βώνη, Turkish: Gökhan) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located just southweast of Kythrea. The village is under de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Vónion the map
Káto KoutrafásKato Koutrafas (Greek: Κάτω Κουτραφάς, Turkish: Aşağı Kutrafa) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, just off the main road linking Astromeritis and Kakopetria. Show Káto Koutrafáson the map
Éxo MetóchiExometochi (Greek: Εξωμετόχι, Turkish: Düzova) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, 2 km east of Palaikythro. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Éxo Metóchion the map
Potamós tou KámpouPotamos tou Kampou (Greek: Πoταμός του Κάμπου; Turkish: Yedidalga) is a small village in Cyprus, west of Karavostasi. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Potamós tou Kámpouon the map
PigéniaPigenia (Greek: Πηγαίνια) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, southwest of Kato Pyrgos. The hamlet of Challeri (Χαλλερι) is a part of the municipality. Show Pigéniaon the map
KythréaKythrea (Greek: Κυθρέα or Κυθραία; Turkish: Değirmenlik) is a small town in Cyprus, 10 km northeast of Nicosia. Kythrea is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Kythréaon the map
EpichóEpicho (Greek: Επηχώ, Turkish: Cihangir) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Exometochi. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Epichóon the map
Ayios VasiliosAgios Vasileios (Greek: Άγιος Βασίλειος; Turkish: Türkeli) is a village in Cyprus, 2 km south-east of Skylloura. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Ayios Vasilioson the map
ArgákiArgaki (Greek: Αργάκι [locally [ar̥ˈkat͡ʃi]]; Turkish: Akçay) is a village in Cyprus, southeast of the city of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Argákion the map
AvlónaAvlona (Greek: Αυλώνα; Turkish: Gayretköy) is a village in Cyprus, about halfway between Nicosia and Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Avlónaon the map
MargíMargi (Greek: Μαργί) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Before 1960, the village population was made up almost exclusively of Turkish Cypriots. Show Margíon the map
KaziveráKazivera or Ghaziveran (Greek: Καζιβερά; Turkish: Gaziveren) is a small village in Cyprus, west of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Kaziveráon the map
SyrianochóriSyrianochori (Greek: Turkish: Yayla) is a village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Syrianochórion the map
Bey KeuyBeikioi or Beyköy (Greek: Μπέικιοι) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, southeast of Kythrea. De facto,it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Bey Keuyon the map
KannáviaKannavia (Greek: Καννάβια) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Spilia. The small hamlet Kapoura is part of the Kannavia municipality. Show Kannáviaon the map
MosfileríMosfileri (Greek: Μοσφιλερή) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, just east of the Kokkina exclave. It is part of the Pigenia municipality. Show Mosfileríon the map
MitseróMitsero (Greek: Μιτσερό) is a village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, west of Nicosia. Traditionally the local industry was mining for pyrites. Show Mitseróon the map
Káto ZódeiaZodeia (Greek: (η) Ζώδεια; Turkish: Bostancı) is a village on the island of Cyprus, east of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Káto Zódeiaon the map
TráchonasTrachonas (Greek: Τράχωνας; Turkish: Kızılay or Kızılbaş) is a northern suburb of Nicosia, Cyprus. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Tráchonason the map
Agía EiríniAgia Eirini or Agia Irini (Greek: Άγια Ειρήνη) is a village located in Nicosia District, approximately 5 km east of Kakopetria in the Troodos mountains. Show Agía Eirínion the map
KampiáKampia, sometimes also spelled Kambia (Greek: Καμπιά) is a small village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, south of the town of Pera Orinis. Show Kampiáon the map
Kaló ChorióKalo Chorio (Greek: Καλό Χωριό (Λεύκας); Turkish: Çamlıköy) is a village east of Lefka, Cyprus. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Kaló Chorióon the map
OrtákioiOrtaköy (Turkish for \"middle village\"; Greek: Ορτάκιοι) is a northern suburb of Nicosia, Cyprus. It is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Ortákioion the map
NikítasNikitas (Greek: Νικήτας; Turkish: Güneşköy) is a village in Cyprus, 4 km southwest of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Nikítason the map
PrastióPrastio (Greek: Πραστιό; Turkish: Aydınköy) is a village in Cyprus, 6 km southwest of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Prastióon the map
ChrysilioúChrysiliou (Greek: Χρυσηλιού; Turkish: Yuvacık) is a small village in Cyprus, east of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Chrysilioúon the map
MásariMasari (Greek: (το) Μάσαρι; Turkish: Şahinler) is a small village in Cyprus, east of Morphou. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Másarion the map
PeristeronáriPeristeronari (Greek: Turkish: Cengizköy) is a village in Cyprus, near Lefka. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Peristeronárion the map
AmpelikoúAmpelikou (Greek: (το) Αμπελικού; Turkish: Bağlıköy) is a village in Cyprus, west of Lefka. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Ampelikoúon the map
KanlíKanli (Greek: Κανλί; Turkish: Kanlıköy) is a village in Cyprus, 5 km west of Gönyeli. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus. Show Kanlíon the map
SpíliaSpilia (Greek: Σπήλια) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Kyperounta. The hamlet of Kourdali is part of it. Show Spíliaon the map
XerósDenizli (Greek: Ξερός; Turkish: Denizli) is a village in Cyprus, east of Karavostasi. It is under the de facto control of Northern Cyprus. Show Xeróson the map
PolýstyposPolystypos (Greek: sometimes also spelled Polystipos, is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Chandria. Show Polýstyposon the map
LazaniásLazanias (Greek: Λαζανιάς or Λαζανιά; Turkish: Lazanya) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located southwest of Gourri. Show Lazaniáson the map
SiáSia or Sha (Greek: Σια [locally [ˈʃːa]]; Turkish: Sha) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It is located 4 km south of Alampra. Show Siáon the map
PolitikóPolitiko (Greek: Πολιτικό) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus.The hamlet of Filani is part of this municipality. Show Politikóon the map
VaríseiaVariseia or Varisha (Greek: Βαρίσεια; Turkish: Şirinköy) is an abandoned village inside the Buffer Zone, near Gailini, Cyprus. Show Varíseiaon the map
KorákouKorakou (Greek: Kοράκου) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. The hamlet of Agroladou is part of the municipality. Show Korákouon the map
Agía VarváraAgia Varvara (Greek: Αγία Βαρβάρα) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It is located 16.5 km from Nicosia. Show Agía Varváraon the map
Ágios EpifániosAgios Epifanios (Greek: Άγιος Επιφάνιος) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 5 km southwest of Klirou. Show Ágios Epifánioson the map
MylikoúriMylikouri (Greek: Μυλικούρι) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located just south of Kykkos Monastery. Show Mylikoúrion the map
SináorosSinaoros or Sina Oros (Greek: Σινάoρος) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 3 km north of Kakopetria. Show Sináoroson the map
PachýammosPachyammos (Greek: Παχύαμμος) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located just west of the Kokkina exclave. Show Pachýammoson the map
PlatanistásaPlatanistasa (Greek: is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 14 km southwest of Mitsero. Show Platanistásaon the map
LagouderáLagoudera (Greek: Λαγουδερά; Turkish: Lagudera) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Chandria. Show Lagouderáon the map
KotsiatisKotsiatis (Greek: Κοτσιάτης [locally [koˈt͡ʃʰatis]]; Turkish: Koçyatağı) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Show Kotsiatison the map
GerakiésGerakies (Greek: Γερακιές) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 4 km (2.5 mi) west of Moutoullas. Show Gerakiéson the map
KampíKampi (Greek: Καμπί) is a small village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, east of the town of Palaichori. Show Kampíon the map
XyliátosXyliatos (Greek: Ξυλιάτος) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 4 km southwest of Agia Marina. Show Xyliátoson the map
OroúntaOrounta (Greek: Ορούντα) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, west of Nicosia, near Peristerona. Show Oroúntaon the map
FterikoúdiFterikoudi (Greek: is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 4 km north of Palaichori. Show Fterikoúdion the map
KatalióntasKataliontas (Greek: is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, 2 km south of Analiontas. Show Katalióntason the map
AnágeiaAnageia (Greek: Ανάγεια) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, adjacent to the village of Deftera. Show Anágeiaon the map
AnalióntasAnaliontas (Greek: is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located south of Pera Orinis. Show Analióntason the map
AkákiAkaki (Greek: Ακάκι, Cypriot Dialect: Ακάτζι; Turkish Akaki) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Show Akákion the map
AlithinoúAlithinou (Greek: Αληθινού) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Platanistasa. Show Alithinoúon the map
TsakístraTsakistra (Greek: Τσακίστρα) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 3 km south of Kampos. Show Tsakístraon the map
AgrokipiáAgrokipia (Greek: Αγροκηπιά) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 3 km west of Klirou. Show Agrokipiáon the map
MaloúntaMalounta (Greek: Μαλούντα) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 2 km north of Klirou. Show Maloúntaon the map
KaliánaKaliana (Greek: Καλλιάνα) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 3 km south of Temvria. Show Kaliánaon the map
TemvriáTemvria (Greek: Τεμβρια) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 2 km south of Evrychou. Show Temvriáon the map
KatýdataKatydata (Greek: Κατύδατα) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located 2 km north of Linou. Show Katýdataon the map
SarántiSaranti (Greek: Σαράντη) is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Lagoudera. Show Sarántion the map
KamposKampos (Greek: Κάμπος) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located in the Paphos Forest. Show Kamposon the map
Ágioi TrimithiásAgioi Trimithias (Greek: Άγιοι Τριμιθιάς) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Show Ágioi Trimithiáson the map
EpiskopeióEpiskopeio (Greek: is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Show Episkopeióon the map
MansoúraMansoura (Greek: Μανσούρα) is an abandoned village in UN Buffer Zone near Kokkina. Show Mansoúraon the map
ErgátesErgates (Greek: Eργάτες) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Show Ergáteson the map
KapédesKapedes (Greek: Καπέδες) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. Show Kapédeson the map
OíkosOikos (Greek: Οίκος) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus Show Oíkoson the map
Chrysída Show Chrysídaon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Nicosia
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Ágioi IliófotoiAgioi Iliofotoi or Eliophotes (Greek: Άγιοι Ηλιόφωτοι; Turkish: Alifodez or Zeytinlik \"olive orchard\") was a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, east of Kato Moni. Agioi Iliofotoi was inhabited exclusively by Turkish Cypriots. It was abandoned in 1964 when they all sought refuge in Nicosia. Agioi Iliofotoi was subsequently demolished, either in the late 1970s or 1980s. In 1960, it had a population of 91.Show on map
LakatámiaLakatamia (Greek: Λακατάμια [lakaˈtamɳa]; Turkish: Lakadamya) is a southwestern suburb of Nicosia, Cyprus. In 2011, it had a population of 38,345. Due to the expansion of the Nicosia urban area, Lakatamia has grown from two small villages (Upper and Lower Lakatamia) into a sizeable suburb. Lower Lakatamia used to be inhabited by both Greek and Turkish Cypriots until the mid-1950s. Its name originates from \"alakatia\", i.e. wells which were apparently abundant in the old village. Lakatamia Airfield, an airstrip used by the Cypriot National Guard, is located to the east of Lakatamia.Show on map
GalátaGalata is a village in the Solea valley, located about 60 km west of the capital Nicosia, in the Troödos Mountains of Cyprus. According to Greek mythology, Cyprus was the first land that Aphrodite set foot on; where Pygmalion begged her to let him be with the statue that he created in her image. Aphrodite brought the statue to life and Pygmalion married Galata. It is a popular summer tourist destination (especially among locals) for its cooler climate in the summer months. It is also well known on the island for its fruit produce.Show on map
Eparchía LefkosíasNicosia District is one of the six districts of Cyprus. Its main town is the island country's capital city, Nicosia. The TRNC-controlled northern part of the district is the Lefkoşa District of the unrecognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. TRNC-controlled areas of the Larnaca District of the Republic of Cyprus are administered as part of Nicosia District, while western parts of the Nicosia District under TRNC control are administered as part of the new Güzelyurt District.Show on map
LefkosíaLefkoşa District is a district of Northern Cyprus. It is divided into two sub-districts: Lefkoşa Sub-district and Değirmenlik Sub-district. Its population is 97,293 according to the 2011 census. Its Governor is Kemal Deniz Dana. Güzelyurt District has been separated from Lefkoşa District. Some parts of the Larnaca District of the Republic of Cyprus are administered by the Lefkoşa district.Show on map
PalaichóriPalaichori (Greek: Παλαιχώρι) is a village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus on the E 903 road. Officially the village is divided into two municipalities : Palaichori Oreinis and Palaichori Morphou. The main church is called Panagia Chrysopantanassa. Businessman and politician Michalis Zampelas (born 1942) was born in Palaichori.Show on map
LatsiáLatsia (Greek: Λατσιά [locally [laˈt͡ʃʰa]]; Turkish: Laçça), once a small village on the south east outskirts of Nicosia, Cyprus, is today one of the largest and most populous suburbs of the city. It hosts the new Nicosia General Hospital, the new GSP Stadium and the new campus of the University of Cyprus.Show on map
KlírouKlirou (Greek: Kλήρου, Turkish: Kliru) is a Historic Mining District and covers an area of 18.7 square kilometers. Situated in the northern foothills of the Troodos Mountains, 26 km southwest of Nicosia. The area was inhabited from the Late Bronze Age, by Arcadocypriot Greek settlersShow on map
DáliDali (or Dhali; Greek: Δάλι; Turkish: Dali) is a large village in Cyprus, located south east of the capital Nicosia and close to the ancient city of Idalion. In 2001, it had a population of 5,834. By 2011, the population had almost doubled to 10,466.Show on map
GériGeri (Greek: Γέρι) is a large village in Cyprus, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south-east of the capital Nicosia. In 2001, it had a population of 6,643. As of 2011, its population was 8,235. Following a referendum in 2011, Geri has become a municipality.Show on map
KokkinotrimithiáKokkinotrimithia (Greek: [locally is a town located west of Nicosia, Cyprus, close to the Green Line. It has an exit along the A9 motorway. In 2011, it had 4,077 inhabitants.Show on map
LýmpiaLympia or Lymbia (Greek: Λύμπια) is a large village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus. In 2011 the population was 2,694. The name derives from the original name of the settlement Olympia.Show on map
KalyvákiaKalyvakia (Greek: Καλυβάκια, Turkish: Kalavaç) is village located in the Nicosia of Cyprus, east of the town of Kythrea. The village is de facto under the control of Northern Cyprus.Show on map
AngolémiAngolemi (Greek: Αγγολέμι; Turkish: Taşpınar) is a village in Nicosia District, southwest of Morphou. It is administered as part of the Güzelyurt District of Northern Cyprus.Show on map
MámmariMammari (Greek: Μάμμαρι) is a village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus north of Kokkinotrimithia and partly within the UN Buffer Zone.Show on map
EliáElia (Greek: Ελιά; Turkish: Doğancı) is a village in Cyprus, located east of Lefka. De facto, it is under the control of Northern Cyprus.Show on map
Ágioi TrimithiásAgioi Trimithias (Greek: Άγιοι Τριμιθιάς) is village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus.Show on map
NísouNisou (Greek: Νήσου) is a village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, just north of Pera Chorio.Show on map
NikitáriNikitari (Greek: Νικητάρι) is a village in Cyprus. It is located in the Nicosia District.Show on map
Different buildings in Nicosia
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SóloiSoli or Soloi (Greek: Σόλοι) is an ancient Greek city in the island of Cyprus, located southwest of Morphou and on the coast in the gulf of Morphou and dates back to about the 6th century BC. Since 1974 the city has lain in the de facto Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. What remains today is mainly from the Roman period, most notably the mosaic floor of the basilica with its wealth of birds, animals and geometric designs and a picture of a swan. There is a theatre but it has been restored so much that it no longer has any atmosphere of its original age.Show on map
KykkosKykkos Monastery (Greek: Ιερά Μονή Κύκκου or Κύκκος [locally [ˈt͡ʃikʰos]] for short, Turkish: Cikko Manastırı), which lies 20 km west of Pedoulas, is one of the wealthiest and best-known monasteries in Cyprus.Show on map
Nicosia International AirportNicosia International Airport (Greek: Διεθνές Λευκωσίας, Turkish: Lefkoşa Uluslararası Havaalanı) is a largely disused airport located 8.2 km (5.1 mi) west of the Cypriot capital city of Nicosia in the Lakatamia suburb. It was originally the main airport for the island, but commercial activity ceased following the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974. The airport site is now mainly used as the headquarters of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus.Show on map
Ercan International AirportErcan International Airport (Turkish: Ercan Uluslararası Havalimanı [eɾdʒan uɫusɫaɾaɾasɯ havalimanɯ]) (IATA: ECN, ICAO: LCEN) is the primary civilian airport of North Cyprus. It is located about 13 km east of North Nicosia, near the village of Tymbou. Turkish and other airline booking sites commonly refer to this airport as Lefkoşa (Nicosia) Airport.Show on map
IdálionIdalion or Idalium (Greek: Ιδάλιον, Idalion) was an ancient city in Cyprus, in modern Dali, Nicosia District. The city was founded on the copper trade in the 3rd millennium BCE. Its name in the 8th century BCE was \"Ed-di-al\" as it appears on the Sargon Stele of 707 BCE, and a little later on the nl:Prism of Esarhaddon.Show on map
Panagía tou MachairáMachairas Monastery (Greek: Μαχαιράς [locally [maʃeˈɾas]]) is a historic monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary located about 40 km from the capital of Cyprus, Nicosia. It lies at an altitude of about 900 m and was founded at the end of the 12th century close to the current village of Lazanias.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Nicosia
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Kólpos MórfouMorphou Bay (Greek: Κολπος Μορφου, Kolpos Morfou; Turkish: Güzelyurt Körfezi), is a part of the Mediterranean Sea, located on the North Western side of the island of Cyprus. It is named after the nearby inland town of Morphou (Greek: Μόρφου; Turkish: Güzelyurt). The bay forms the westernmost seaboard of the break-away Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, which claims the bay as its own territorial waters. Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus has received diplomatic recognition only from Turkey, on which it is dependent economically, politically and militarily. The rest of the international community, including the United Nations and European Union, recognises the sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus over the entire island, including Morphou Bay.It was here that Turkey began landing supplieShow on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Nicosia
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MarathásaMarathassa Valley (Greek: Κοιλάδα Μαραθάσας, Turkish: Maratasa) is a beautiful and fertile valley in the Troödos Mountains of Cyprus. It takes its name from the plant Marathos (Greek: Μάραθος), a type of fennel which grows in the area. The area is known for its splendid cherries. The valley is about a 65 km drive from Limassol. It is to the north of Mount Olympus and it extends into the administrative territory of both Nicosia and Limassol district.Show on map