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After Sicily and Sardinia, Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean with an area of 9.251 sq. km. At a distance of 300 km north of Egypt, it is situated in the north-eastern corner of the Mediterranean. Rest of Egypt It is also 90 km west of Syria, and 60 km south of Turkey.  The Greek island of Rhodes lies rocky in the north and with long sandy beaches in the south 360 km to the north-west. The north coastal plain is backed by the steep and narrow Pentadaktylos mountain range of limestone, covered with olive and carob trees and rising to a height of 1.042 m.

Belong to the Greek Cypriot community, the population of the Republic of Cyprus is 952.100. The Turkish Cypriot community is about 9,5% to and 19,0% are foreign citizens residing in Cyprus. Greek is the language of the Greek Cypriot community and the community adheres predominantly to the Autocephalous Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus. Turkish is the language of the Turkish Cypriot community.  The members of that community are Sunni Muslims. Goes back over 4,000 years, Cyprus has a long tradition in winemaking. The wine was a major source of wealth for the island, in ancient times. Amongst the ancient Greeks and Romans, the islands supplied the Pharaohs of Egypt and Cyprus wines were in great demand 

It is said that Cyprus’s history is known as one of the oldest in the world and its historical significance is disproportionate to its small size. Cyprus has Mediterranean weather like wet winters from November to March, which are separated by short autumn and Spring seasons and hot, dry summers from June to September and mild. Particularly from April to September when the daily average exceeds eleven hours Sunshine is abundant during the whole year. Winds are on the whole light to moderate. Gales are very infrequent and heavy storms rare.

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