Bogaz Hotel

Mersin 10, Famagusta, Cyprus | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mersin 10, Famagusta.
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    Travel Blogs from Famagusta

    Kition (Num 24:24; Dan 11:30; Jer 2:10; Ezk 27:6)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 30, 2014

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    Historical Background
    The ancient city of Kition is identified by the ancient Jewish historian Josephus (37-100 A.D.) as Kittim in Hebrew (Ant. 1.6.1). The area of Kition was inhabited as early as the 13th century B.C. by Mycenaeans and then later by Achaean refugees by ~1200 B.C. after the destruction of the Mycenaean populace in Greece. The original city was composed of mud-brick houses with cyclopean, ...

    Monastery & Tomb of St. Barnabas

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... in 45 A.D. Barnabas joined forces with Saul of Tarsus (later to be called Paul) and John Mark and set off on a great preaching itinerary around the eastern Mediterranean area. As Barnabas continued the work of preaching the gospel in Salamis, he was captured in 57 A.D. by Jews who objected to his preaching in the synagogue and he was imprisoned, tortured and then stoned to death by Syrian Jews in Salamis. The Jews attempted ...

    Walking through history

    A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Oct 18, 2011

    45 photos

    Today we ventured out again in our rental car, following closely behind Philip, Alison, Sadie and Summer, to the historic, walled city of Famagusta. Founded in 300 BC as a fishing village, it contains many impressive ruins in a lovely seaside setting.

    We ventured through the city, stopping in Saint Nicholas Cathedral, now Lala Mustafa Pasha Mosque, as evidenced by its minaret added on the cathedral tower. We also looked in on some other church ruins and the remaining wall ...

    When Mornings Are Bearable

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Sep 20, 2011

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... communicate beyond grunts and clicks.

    All this changes, however, when I wake up on a beach, listening to the waves lapping on the shore. I woke up as the sun ascended over the horizon, poking my head out of my sleeping bag and squinting into the light before wondering why I was actually squinting into a blinding ******* light source and retrieving my sunnies to watch the new day begin without upsetting my retinas. Despite ...

    Over To The Dark Side

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Sep 20, 2011

    31 photos

    ... clearly all the signage is in Turkish an all. One thing you'll notice is that the TRNC's flag will never be flown alone; the Turkish flag is always flown next to it, hammering home the idea that this land belongs to Turkey now.

    First stop was Famagusta where we found a little museum, the Canbulat Museum, which looked like it was actually inside the Venetian walls that surround the city so we had a quick look at that. It has portraits of ...