A Tribute to Kemal Tunç A pioneer of Turkish Cypriot Theatre By Margaret Sheard…. During a recent visit to Bűyűkkonuk for the Donkey Day festival, Chris wandered off to explore and discovered some interesting information in a small park located in the village. I have since done some […]
Men and the coffee shop Personal notes from a foreign wife By Lois Cemal…. Having observed several coffee houses brim full of men who were apparently doing nothing, a visitor to Cyprus once asked me if it was the women who ran the country! Although said tongue in […]
By Ismail Veli…… The village of Büyükkonuk/Komi Kebir in North Cyprus lies about 4-5 miles north-east of Boğaz in the lowland foothills of the Beşparmak Kyrenia mountain range, which is the start of the Karpaz peninsula.
Welcome to my World A short trip to the Karpaz Peninsula By Ralph Kratzer Any regular reader of our website knows my penchant for pristine landscapes in general and the Karpaz Peninsula in Northern Cyprus in particular. To remember one of the former articles “A chance for the […]