Cyprus’ no-man’s land


I explored no-man’s, frozen-in-time land today: the buffer zone patrolled by UN peace-keepers, separating the Turkish army from the Greek Cypriots and cutting the old capital in halves. I saw everything as it was in 1974, when the inhabitants fled: cafes, shops and the wild destruction of war. Plus loads of dust, invading bush and stray dogs.

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