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Que faire à Gazimağusa?

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Centre commercial
“It is the only mall exist in the area. Here you can make your shopping, drink, eat and if you have a childs be sure they will have a great time. If you are handmade and art lover you can find nice crafts and jewelery make by local womens.”
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Restaurant de déjeuners
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“This is a cool candy store with oriental sweets and a bunch of other goodies. They originally pack sweets, you can take with you as a gift)”
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Bar à cocktails
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“Check out the interior of this revitalized church or enjoy the stars from the street seating.”
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Église
“The cathedral of St. Nicholas / Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque is the largest medieval building in Famagusta and was commenced in 1300 AD. It must be noted that the great cathedrals of the Middle Ages often took more than 100 years to complete, so was St. Nicholas was completed about 1400. The Gothic style of architecture closely resembles closely the great cathedral of Rheims in Paris, France.”
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Point of Interest
“plenty of history here, with this being the setting for Shakespeare's Othello”
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Premise
“Although Shakespeare does not exactly indicate the location of his tragedy Othello, reporting only the “sea harbor in Cyprus,” no one doubts that it was Famagusta - the main port of the island at that time.”
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Restaurant
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Natural Feature
“Lovely sand beach. Shallows for children as well as a deep, jump off point at the far end. Lounges and umbrellas are provided on site for a fee. Space for active sports is available beyond the umbrellas. An adjacent restaurant serves fish, meze, and drinks.”
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Lieu historique
“As a Cypriot citizen we are calling it ghost town. Is an abandoned southern quarter of the Cypriot city of Famagusta. Before the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, it was the modern tourist area of the city. As of 2018, the quarter continues to be uninhabited and the entry is forbidden to the public.”
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Restaurant méditerranéen
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“The restaurant is right on the sea, oozing with atmosphere. Good service Excellent local dishes with an exotic twist. One of my favourites (Barbara)”
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Sublocality Level 1
“See the small shops in the ancient walled city of Famagusta and do some fun shopping. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Sublocality Level 1
“Beautiful gothic cathedral turned into a mosque. The mosque is very beautiful both inside and outside.”
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Establishment
“Go to the place where Shakespear war. The town of famagusta also tells massiv stories about the middel age time.”
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Restaurant de spécialités du Moyen-Orient
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“The meats are fresh and well-prepared. It is a popular place. they serve beer and wine but you can bring your own liquor. In the winter, the fireplace is usually roaring and making for a cozy retreat. In the summer, there is plenty of outdoor seating. Unfortunately, not found open on Sundays.”
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