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Bring back the old days no electric here.

Bring back the old days no electric here.

Nico & Andreas dancing, happy days with the harvest

Nico & Andreas dancing, happy days with the harvest

Greek-Cypriot policewomen in Cyprus receive arms training during the troubles there. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images). 29th February 1964

Greek-Cypriot policewomen in Cyprus receive arms training during the troubles there. (Photo by Central Press/Getty Images).

Lefkara: Cyprus’ Lace Village

Lefkara: Cyprus’ Lace Village

Tucked away and nestled in the foothills of the Troodos Mountains in the southeast of Cyprus is a charming village with old stone buildings, cobble stone streets, narrow winding alleys, and a color…

The authentic Cypriot culture of many years ago.

The authentic Cypriot culture of many years ago.

Kato Drys / Cyprus

Kato Drys / Cyprus

Μιχάλης Ττερλικκάς - Το Γιασεμί - YouTube

Μιχάλης Ττερλικκάς - Το Γιασεμί - YouTube

THE BRITISH took the Island at 17.00 on 12 July 1878 in front of a crowd of Cypriots gathered near the Paphos Gate in Nicosia to witness this strange event: 53 Royal Marine Artillery from HMS Minotaur presenting arms as a Captain Rawson lowered the Turkish Ottoman flag and raised in its place the Union flag, watched by Admiral Lord John Hay on behalf of Queen Victoria. The British had landed near Larnaca and marched to the capital without a single shot fired.

THE BRITISH took the Island at 17.00 on 12 July 1878 in front of a crowd of Cypriots gathered near the Paphos Gate in Nicosia to witness this strange event: 53 Royal Marine Artillery from HMS Minotaur presenting arms as a Captain Rawson lowered the Turkish Ottoman flag and raised in its place the Union flag, watched by Admiral Lord John Hay on behalf of Queen Victoria. The British had landed near Larnaca and marched to the capital without a single shot fired.

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