Discovering North Cyprus 3/04/17 at the Kyrenia Gate

By Engin Dervişağa…….

I am delighted together with my colleague Qossay Eleyan to bring you our interesting report on “Discovering North Cyprus” from Kyrenia Gate which is a gate in the Lefkosa/Nicosia city walls in  Northern Cyprus.

The gate was built in 1567 by the Venetians, as a part of the new city walls  and used for transport and travelling to the northern areas, especially Kyrenia.  This was restored by the Ottomans in 1821 who added a square chamber with a domed roof, and in 1931 the British Administration demolished the section of the walls around the gate to allow traffic into and out of the city on either side of the gate building.

The gate building is now used as a tourism information office by the Lefkosa  Municipality and on the outside of the building there are some interesting plaques and in the garden area there are some iron cannons.

This show will be transmitted on BRT2 on Monday 3rd April at 19.00pm and repeated on Sunday 9th April at 12.20pm.

To go direct to BRT2 TV to watch these shows by live streaming on your PC at Cyprus local time click here  and select the BRT2 channel in the viewing screen.

I also produce the Vox Pop TV show which features interviews with many people living in North Cyprus and this is screened on BRT2 on Sundays at 15.oopm and again on Tuesdays at 18.30pm If you wish you can also watch a number of my past Vox Pop shows which can be selected for viewing by clicking here

For Radio Lovers do also tune in and join me on BRT Radio on Saturday  at 19.00pm for my programme Top Twenty which is compiled by DJ Bora and this show is repeated on Sunday at 15.00pm. We are transmitting this on 6.150 MH/z. Short-wave, 87.8 and 105 FM Stereo.

You can also tune in to live streaming of this radio show on your PC by clicking here and select FM105 Bayrak International.

For those local readers who have interesting hobbies or interests who think it could make an interesting subject for my Vox Pop TV show, do please send me a message.