Mathikoloni – Abandoned village in Cyprus

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4 Responses

  1. Dave says:

    Wow, this looks incredible. Abandon villages are always so mysterious, a great adventure, but rarely so stunning. Great post!

  2. Frank White says:

    Whilst serving in the Royal Engineers in 1958 we built a Bailey bridge at Trozina,up in the Troodos mountains, returning to Cyprus many years later,I could find no trace of Trozina or the Bailey bridge?

  3. Chris says:

    Great photos! I am always curious, when we visit ancient ruins, about the people of that time and place. Whether it is indian caves in the desert of southern Arizona, or homes of rock in the tropical Cozumel, Mexico, or the abandoned homes and communities we saw in the Caribbean islands, I have always wondered how were the people the same as us, how did they differ? History is exciting and educational, and fun to explore. Thank you for your photos from a place I will probably never get to see. It is very interesting and beautiful!!

  1. May 12, 2009

    […] was all smiles to see the yellow flowers in full bloom near Mathikoloni village. This was in fact her first road trip where she spent time outside the car (after her first […]

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