Famagusta possesses a wealth of history; you can feel the multi-cultural atmosphere
(Byzantine, Lusignan, Venetian, Ottoman and British footsteps) in every
street of the walled city. In the 1500's, over a dozen different languages (Latin, Italian, English, Armenian,
Syriac, Maronite, Macedonian, Albanian, Greek, Ivorian, Ancient Egyptian, Egyptian and Indian) were spoken.
More than ten thousand people from different races and civilisations lived in Famagusta.
Explore the rich cultural heritage of Famagusta - you can discover more than 40 monuments including Othello's Castle,
St. Nicholas' Cathedral, the Venetian Palace, the churches (Ss. Peter & Paul, St. Georgios Xorinos, St. Mary's Armenian church,
St. Ann's, St. George of the Greeks, Agios Zoni, Agios Nikolas, Agios Simeon, Carmelite, St. George of the Latins,
the Tanners church, St. Francis', St. Anthony's, Twin Churches), Turkish baths (Cafer Pasha, Scarlet, Kertikli), the
walls with Land and Sea Gates, Ravelin, Martinengo Bastion and much more.