Cyprus is a blend of Turkish and Greek, Muslim and Christian influences, and the results of 9,000 years of constant invasion. Crusader castles stand beside ancient vineyards, frescoed monasteries overlook citrus orchards, and sandy, sun-soaked feet tread Roman mosaic floors. The bouzouki is a mandolin-like instrument similar to the Turkish saz which be heard all over Cyprus. Activities include cycling through the almost deserted Karpas Peninsula, visiting the Byzantine frescoed churches of the Troōdos Mountains or wandering around the castles of the Girne Range.
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