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Louroujina - Some things I learned : So today I asked my grandfather(he is 88) about some Turkish Cypriot villages. It is the first time I asked him about anything related to these Among others I asked about Louroujina. He told me it was a Turkish village but the people there were all baptized. He also said me that they didn't speak Turkish and that they had two names When did that change? Was it in 60s? 70s? 50s? Are there still people there that only speak Greek/or also speak greek? The way I
Should i buy a Penthouse in Limassol? : Long story short. My father had a hotel in Varosha and a family house in the North. When the Turks invaded we lost everything and moved to the UK. I now have my own family and we are thinking to move to Limassol and buy a property. One thing that i am afraid of is what guarantees that history will not repeat its self and the Turks invade again and steals the rest of the Island? My family has been burnt bad before and cannot afford to again. I want to re
Why is Cyprus still paying homage to terrorists? : I was looking at a map of Nicosia and much to my surprise two of the most prominent streets in the city are named after very controversial figures. One being Grivas Digenis, known for founding the paramilitary group that with the support of the paramilitary Jounta in Greece overthrew the demographically elected Makarios in a coup. And the other being Kyriakos Matsis, known for his guerrila actions of planting bombs and organizing terrorist attac
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