- The Cyprus branch. In Greek (so you'll get little out of it with a
text-based browser, I'm afraid).
- A new bi-communal journal, just getting off the ground. This is a
call for papers, as well as an introduction and explanation.
- The Cyprus Forum
- A supposedly moderated discussion forum. If any messages are actually
rejected by the moderator, I dread to think what they're like; I signed
off very quickly when faced with a stream of barely
literate, infantile squabbling. Still, you might have a better
- Cyprus Green
- Unfortunately not easily usable if you prefer a text-based browser.
- The Home Page for the CYPRUS-L e-mail discussion list.
- "Cyprus: Land
- Maintained by Kyros Hadjikyrou. A wide variety of topics,
information, images, etc., limited almost entirely to Greek Cypriot
Note: this has disappeared; I'll up-date the link if I
can find the new address.
- Cyprus Government
- Ray Berry's
page, devoted to the sadly defunct Cyprus Railway. A history of the
service, plus photographs by Bob Hillard.
(Unfortunately this page seems to have disappeared. I'm still looking for
a new address (20 x 97), and I'll up-date the link as soon as I can.)
- A newspaper on line. In English. It's primarily Greek-Cypriot
oriented, but there's a section on the Turkish press.
- "You could spend weeks investigating all the
documents, images, and links provided here - and then find that Turgut had
been adding more."
That's what I used to say. Unfortunately, Turgut has gone the way of the
frames-victim, so that his new page is
unreadable by many browsers (including Lynx). For the frames-tolerant
(those with hours to spend watching the screens draw), the new version is
Country - Cyprus
- A page devoted to reunification. At least, that's what the
introductory text says. If you're using a text-based browser, that's all
you'll see; I assume that there's more, but it's invisible to me.
- Photos, quicktime movies and brief descriptions of 417 artefacts
housed in the Pierides Foundation Museum in Larnaca. Based at the Cobb
Institute of Archaeology. As usual for pages linked to from this part of
my site, it's poorly designed, being almost impossible to use with certain
- One of my favourite places. Based in Harringay, North London,
Trehantiri has a vast stock of Cypriot, as well as Greek and Arabic,
music, together with books and periodicals.
- Panayiotis Zaphiris's page
- One of the fullest Cyprus pages on the W-WW. I lost it for a while,
but here it is again. Well worth browsing for a week or two.