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Perceptions of a Cypriot ghost town

Study of Greek and Turkish Cypriots reveals stark difference in how they view the deserted district of Varosha.

Wojtek Arciszewski | | Interactive, Europe, Cyprus

The six-square-kilometre "Forbidden Zone" of Varosha stands as an iconic emblem of the Cypriot divide, but as Al Jazeera reports, one group is hoping to change that by turning it into a model ecocity.

Source: Al Jazeera

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