Nicosia Region: Kyrenia Gate (Porta Del Proveditore), Mevlevi Tekke Museum (Tekke of whirling Dervishes), Venetian Column-Obelisk, Great Inn, St.Sophia Cathedral (Selimiye Mosque) , Gamblers’ Inn, Bedesten (St.Nicholas Church), Lapidary Museum, Arab Ahmet Mosque, Bandabuliya (Municipal Market) and Arasta Bazaar, Armenian Church (Notre Dame de Tyre), Great Bath (Hamam), buildings of the British  Colonial period,  Samanbahçe Houses, Arab Ahmet Neighbourhood, II.Sultan Mahmut Library, St.Catherine Church (Haydarpaşa Mosque), St.Lucas Church, the Eaved House, Lusignan House, and the Derviş Paşa Mansion. 

Of Special Significance:  The Great Inn with its 68 rooms, is the most prominent historical building of the Ottoman period.   St. Sophia Cathedral, where Lusignan kings were crowned, was converted into a mosque in 1571.  Both are located within Nicosia’s Walled City.

Kyrenia Region: Kyrenia Castle – Historic Kyrenia Harbor - St.Hilarion Castle -  Bellapais Abbey - Buffavento Castle - Archangel Michael Church and  Icon Museum - Fine Arts Museum – Folk Arts Museum - Sourp Magar Monastery - Antiphonidis Church - Ancient Lambousa City, Endemics of Cyprus, Orchid  Types, Alevkayası Region and Herbarium where there are rare wild plants.

Of Special Significance:  Bellapais Abbey, one of the most beautiful surviving examples of Gothic style architecture in the Mediterranean is a must-see as are, Kyrenia Castle in historic Kyrenia Habor and St. Hilarion Castle, which is one of the three most important mountain castles.

Famagusta Region: Ancient City of Salamis, King Tombs, St.Barnabas Monastery, Icon and Archaeology Museum, Othello Tower, City Walls ; St.Nicholas Cathedral (Lala Mustafa Paşa Mosque), St.Peter and St.Paul Churches (Sinan Paşa Mosque-Buğday Mosque), Venetian Palace (plazza del proveditore), Cafer Paşa Bath (Hamam), 28.Çelebi Mehmet Tomb, St.George of the Latins Church, St.George of the Greeks Church, Nestorian Church, Twin Churches, Namık Kemal Dungeon, Akkule (Land Gate-Ravelin), Sea Gate (Porta del Mare), Maraş Icon Museum, İncirli Cave, Ancient Cities of Enkomi and Alasya.

Of Special Significance:  Salamis was founded in the 11th century BC and is one of the most important ancient cities of Cyprus. The Walled City of Famagusta is an open air museum that astounds tourists from all over the world, while the Monastery of Saint Barnabas, who played an important role in the spread of Christianity in Cyprus, is also of historical significance.

İskele and Karpaz Region: Panagia Theodokou Church and Icon Museum, İskele Museum of Nature, St.James Church,  Kantara Castle, Kanakaria Church, Eco-Tourism Sites at Büyükkonuk Village,  King Hill at Kaleburnu Village, Nitovikla Castle, Ay..Trias Basilica, Eco-Village activities at Büyükkonuk and Kumyalı Villages, Giant Sculptures dating back to the Archaic Period, Aphendika (Urania), Ay..Philon Church, Golden Beach, National Park where wild donkeys, one of the symbols of Cyprus, run freely, Hiking Tours and other areas suitable for special interest tourism, Apostolos Andreas Monastery and Kastros Neolithic Settlement Area.

Of Special Significance:  Sun-seekers flock to Golden Beach in the heart of the Karpaz Peninsula, because of its beautiful surroundings.  Nearby, Karpaz National Park features rich flora and fauna in addition to the world famous wild donkeys.  

Güzelyurt and Lefke Region: Güzelyurt Museum of Archaeology and Nature, St.Mamas Abbey and Icon Museum, Soli Ancient City. Vouni Palace, Citrus Gardens, Ancient Olive Trees, Other Monuments of Ottoman and British Periods in Lefke, Pir Pasa Mosque, Aqueducts, Acendu Fountain, Date trees, Copper Mines, St. Georgios Maronite Church in Koruçam Village, Toumba Tou Skuru city, Pigades Temple and Petra Tou Limnidi.

Of Special Significance:  The Museum of Archaeology in Guzelyurt features the unique swan mosaic of the ancient city of Soli, as well as the Golden Leaves of Soli, which were excavated in 2005.
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