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Street art in Nicosia, Cyprus, on the Turkish side of the divided capital city

I’d come to Cyprus to wind down from my summer of travel. I was looking forward to a week of evening walks along the seaside promenade in Larnaca and days of...

Icons of St. Barnabus, patron saint of Cyprus, are displayed inside the Saint Barnabas Monastery and Icon Museum near Salamis, Cyprus

Saint Barnabas was born in Salamis, the ancient capital of Cyprus, to a Jewish family that had emigrated from Syria. As a young man he witnessed some of the miracles of...

Stately Corinthian columns still stand among the ruins of the ancient city-state of Salamis in Cyprus

On the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, these Corinthian columns mark the site of the ancient city-state of Salamis. Believed to have been founded in 1100 BC by a Greek prince who...