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Ledra Street Crossing Point, Nicosia
(3.2/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
Ledra Street Crossing Point presents a division of one capital city among two countries. Lined with passport controls, the site provides insight into the turbulent past and present of the region. Featuring Greek-Cypriot streets, people, and culture one side and Turkish-Cypriot markets, beliefs, and lifestyle on the other, the crossing point is a rare place where you can switch between two significantly different worlds in a matter of minutes. If you are going to spend time with the locals, it's best to skip political talk on either side. Using our international travel planner, Nicosia attractions like Ledra Street Crossing Point can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Shops, restaurants, bars, meeting places ... and people, so many people. Stroll up and down. Necessary to pass in the North (Turkish)
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  • Repairing after 16 year "of Ledra Street barricade. the feeling was very strange one and has now removed the outpost and the passage which is nearly free of other city still is divided by the occupying forces.
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  • Greco-Turkish border in downtown Nicosia and along a commercial artery. Surrealism and the consistancy when we cross these 2 "worlds"? On the Turkish side, the fourth world, if I may say, with some shops and small restaurants where you can pay in euros, and on the other side the European part where modernism and consumption flows. Why not restore the "living together" as was the case before the coup in 1974? Something to think about!
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