Nicosia, also known as Lefkosia, is the divided capital city of Cyprus. South of the border, on the Greek side, the Cyprus Museum has archaeological finds from the Neolithic to Byzantine periods, including the Aphrodite of Soloi statue. Nearby, the old city’s 16th-century Venetian walls include the Famagusta, Kyrenia, and Paphos gates. Inside the walls, a marble mausoleum sits next to 19th-century Faneromeni Church.
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Nicosia is one of the most beautiful places to have a wedding – it has a really vibrant atmosphere, and offers so many variations on venues. There are loads of amazing places that are perfect for photo ops. Weddings at Nicosia are amazing because the wedding decor is always stunning.
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