You may not that TURKEY DID NOT INVADE Cyprus, it only came to defend the innocent Turks being slaughtered by the Greeks on the island. It was the Greeks who pushed a larger proportion of people from their land, the land was not captured but protected.
To matlap: ONE BIG MISTAKE YOUR DOING IS THAT ALL YOUR PHOTOS ARE MARKED AS "UNTITLED". A PERSON ENTERING IN THE SITE WANTS TO KNOW WHAT IS THE PICTURE HE IS LOOKING AT, AND WHERE IT WAS TAKEN. THAT IS, A BRIEF TITLE, IF YOU CAN DO IT EVEN NOW ITS GOING TO BE HELPFUL. THANK YOU. NICE JOB ANYWAY.
Yes mprx79, this is a sad photo. But this is not the only thing that is sad. People suffered, they have been evicted from their homes and their property was put on sale! Only now, about 30 years after the invation the British Courts decided that this is not leagal (see Orams case in British Courts). And finally this turned into a bumerang!
Is it built on a stollen land?
I wish I knew where did you find this photo. This photo does not represent what actually is on the ground now.
I beg the person who arranged this photo in this area to tell as how he did it, and how he has been informed that this investment will take place in this area.
TURKISH TROOPS, OUT OF CYPRUS.
STOP SELLING GREEK PROPERTY, ITS NOT LEGAL.
THAT'S WHAT THE BRITISH COURT SAID!
STOP KILLING, RAPING AND STEALING. ITS NOT LEGAL.
This is ermou street, the road that splits Nicosia into two parts, the area occupied by the turkish troops and the area occupied by the Cyprus government.
The north should stop celebrating July 20 and the south should stop commemorating it.Also both sides should stop flying foreign flags.I think that would be a small step in the right direction.