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Cyprus interactive maps is divided into 6 regions complete with area codes and color codes, you can visit each region just by highlighting the desired area.

Cyprus interactive maps

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Cyprus Bordering CountriesTurkey, Syria
Regional MapsAsia, Europe, Middle East, Interactive World maps
Cyprus InformationCyprus is located in the Middle East. Cyprus is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, Dekeleia to the east, and Akrotiri to the south.
Cyprus CitiesAkanthou, Akrotiri, Ammochostos (Famagusta, Gazimagusa), Aradhippou, Athienou, Chakistra, Dhali, Dhavlos, Episkopi, Famagusta, Kato Lakatamia, Khirokitia, Kiti, Kokkina, Ktima, Kyrenia, Kythrea, Lapithos, Laranca, Larnaka, Lefkoniko, Lefkosia (Nicosia, Lefkosa), Lemesos (Limassol), Limassol, Louroujina, Mavroli, Melini, Morphou, Pafos, Palekhori, Pano Lefkara, Paphos, Paralimni, Pelendria, Peyla, Polis, Prastio, Rizokarpaso, Trikomo, Varosha, Xeros, Yialousa and Zyyi.
Cyprus LocationsAkrotiri Bay, Cape Apostolos Andreas, Cape Arnauti, Cape Gata, Cape Greco, Cape Kormakiti, Famagusta Bay, Mediterranean Sea and Morphou Bay.
Cyprus Natural ResourcesThe mineral resources in Cyprus include gypsum, pyrites, asbestos, copper and clay earth pigments. Other resources include timber, salt, and marble.
Cyprus Natural HazardsCyprus has natural hazards which include droughts, and moderate earthquake activity.
Cyprus Environmental IssuesCyprus has a number of environmental issues concerning water. These issues include: water pollution from sewage and industrial wastes; coastal degradation. Numerous other problems complicate the water resources, such as: no natural reservoir catchments; seasonal disparity in rainfall; sea water intrusion to the island’s largest aquifer; increased salination in the north. Urbanization has caused a loss of wildlife habitats.

Airports list

LocationAirportIATA Code
LarnacaLarnaca International AirportLCA
PaphosPaphos International AirportPFO
North NicosiaErcan International AirportECN

Regional map: Western Asia

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