|Districts of Cyprus|
Επαρχίες της Κύπρου (Greek)
Kıbrıs'ın kazaları (Turkish)
|Location||Republic of Cyprus|
|Populations||No data stated|
|Areas||Not enough data|
|Government||District government, National government|
|Subdivisions||Municipalities of Cyprus|
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Cyprus is divided into six districts (Greek : επαρχίες; Turkish : kaza), whose capitals share the same name. The districts are subdivided into municipalities and communities. The districts of Cyprus are listed in the table below.
|Famagusta (Αμμόχωστος; Gazimağusa)||47,338||1,985.3|
|Kyrenia (Κερύvεια; Girne)||N/A||643.9|
|Larnaca (Λάρνακα; Larnaka)||145,365||1,120.1|
|Limassol (Λεμεσός; Limasol or Leymosun)||239,842||1,393.3|
|Nicosia (Λευκωσία; Lefkoşa)||334,120||2,710.0|
|Paphos (Πάφος; Baf or Gazibaf)||90,295||1,389.8|
Note: Northern Cyprus-controlled lands are included in the area figures, but population was not enumerated there. The UN Buffer Zone is included in both population and area figures. Akrotiri and Dhekelia are not included in the area figures, but non-military Cypriot citizens residing there were enumerated.
The people of Cyprus are broadly divided into two main ethnic communities, Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, who share many cultural traits but maintain distinct identities based on ethnicity, religion, language, and close ties with their respective motherlands. Before the dispute started in 1964 the peoples of Cyprus were dispersed over the entire island.
Larnaca District is one of the six districts of Cyprus. Its capital is Larnaca. It is bordered on the east by Famagusta District, on the north by Nicosia District and on the west by Limassol District.
Pafos District is one of the six districts of Cyprus and it is situated in the western part of Cyprus. Its main town and capital is Pafos. The entire district is controlled by the internationally recognized government of Cyprus. There are four municipalities in Paphos District: Paphos, Yeroskipou, Peyia, and Polis Chrysochous.
Ormideia, sometimes also spelled Ormidhia, is a village in Larnaca District in south-eastern Cyprus. It is one of the four exclaves surrounded by the Eastern Sovereign Base Area of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, a British Overseas Territory administered as a Sovereign Base Area. The others are the village of Xylotymvou and Dhekelia Power Station. It is administered by the Republic of Cyprus. Its population in 2011 was 4,189.
Lakatamia is a southwestern suburb of Nicosia, Cyprus. In 2011 Lakatamia had a population of 38,345.
Latsia, a town on the south east outskirts of Nicosia, Cyprus, is today one of the city's largest suburbs. It hosts the new Nicosia General Hospital, the new GSP Stadium and the Mall of Cyprus. Latsia has seen a great increase of population right after the Turkish invasion of the island and it became the home of many refugees since refuge housing was developed there. The population now has reached 1,097,648 people.
Dali is a large village in Cyprus, located south east of the capital Nicosia and close to the ancient city of Idalion. In 2001, it had a population of 5,834. By 2011, the population had almost doubled to 10,466.
Astromeritis is a large village in the Morphou Department of the Nicosia District of Cyprus. It is located 30 km (18.64 mi) from the capital Nicosia. By the 2001 census it had a total population of 2,361.
Xylofagou is a sprawling Greek-Cypriot village situated close to the A3 Motorway between Dhekelia (Larnaca) and Paralimni / Agia Napa. It lies on the northern flank of a hill, on the edge of an area of a group of several similar villages known as the "Kokkinochoria", known for growing vegetables, especially potatoes, in red soil.
Aradippou is a town and municipality in Cyprus, located on the outskirts of the city of Larnaca. It was established in 1986 following a referendum of local residents. It has a population of approximately 20,000. After it received town status, Aradippou defined its municipal limits and is now the second-largest municipality of Cyprus as it extends over an area of 42,982 square governmental acres.
Kiti (Greek: Κίτι [locally [ˈt͡ʃiti]]; is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, located 11 km southwest of Larnaca. It is noted for the Byzantine church Panagia tis Angeloktistis or Panagia Angeloktisti. According to local tradition, the residents of ancient Kition moved to Kiti in order to escape the Arab invasions. They decided to build the church, but according to tradition, the foundation of church moved overnight. According to legend, an army of angels came overnight to build the church, which is where it gets its name.
Kornos is a village located in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, 27 kilometres west of the city of Larnaca and 25 kilometres south-west of Nicosia.
Spilia is a small village in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, located near Kyperounta. The hamlet of Kourdali is part of it.
Alethriko is a village in the Larnaca District of Cyprus, west of Larnaca. The first known census was carried out under Ottoman Rule in 1831; it listed only males: there were 46 Greeks and 18 Turks. In the census of 1891 the population of Alethriko was recorded as 37 Turks and 233 Greeks of both sexes. In 2011 its population was 1,101.
Tserkezoi is a village west of Limassol, Cyprus, lying partly in Limassol District, and partly in the British Overseas Territory of Akrotiri and Dhekelia.
Ayioi Omoloyites is a Neighbourhood, Quarter, Mahalla or Parish of Nicosia, Cyprus and the parish church thereof. Its name in Greek is Άγιοι Ομολογητές, which means Holy Confessors and also has the name Ayii Omoloyitades used in older English language works and Turkish.
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