Morfu / Guzelyurt — a port city on the northern coast of the island of Cyprus, part of the partially recognized Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus since 1974
  • The city of Morfu is located in the northwest of Cyprus, close to Kyrenia. This name, which translates as "beautiful garden" in Turkish, fits the city perfectly because there are countless orchards around it. Due to the cultivation of mostly citrus fruits, Morfu is also called the "orange capital" of Cyprus. The city is also called "Morfou", this name is used by the Greek part of the island. The local population is generally engaged in fruit cultivation. Favorable climatic conditions allow them to continue this activity in the natural environment without using chemicals.
  • Generally, the harvest is destined for local Cypriot markets and juice production facilities, while a large portion is reserved for export.
    Apart from citrus fruits - tangerines, oranges, grapefruits and lemons - Morfu is also famous for its delicious strawberries, walnuts, dates and grapes. Tourists can visit the city at almost any time of the year and enjoy fresh seasonal fruits at affordable prices. In July-August, Morfu turns into a real citrus empire: the Orange Festival is held in the city, and many tourists even from other cities attend this event.
  • Arkeoloji ve Doğa Müzesi

    The Museum of Archeology and Nature is located in a former archbishop's residence (white two-storey building with Vizanti style elements) and was built in 1952-1953. After the occupation in 1974, the building was reorganized as a museum. On the first floor there is a section dedicated to the animal world of Cyprus. This includes a collection of animal and bird mannequins for educational purposes. The collection is not in very good condition. On the second floor, there is the archeology department, where archaeological findings in the history of Cyprus are exhibited chronologically, starting from the Neolithic period (7th century BC) and ending with the Byzantine period (395-1191 AD).

  • St. Mamas Manastırı
    Morfu Museum (Morfou), Archeology and Nature Museum and old St. It is a single museum complex that includes the Mamas Monastery. Even if you only want to visit the monastery, you must apply to the museum building during museum hours and buy a ticket. Monastery buildings XVI-XX. (St. Mamas Church was built in the 16th century, the bell tower was built in the 19th century, and the cells were built in the 20th century). St. Mamas have long been revered in Cyprus as protectors of animals, sailors and tax evaders.
  • Mavi Köşk
    Mavi Köşk (Blue Kosk), which has a strange name, means Blue House in Turkish, and is a house where the Greco-Cypriot Paulo Paulides lived. The house was built in 1957 and is located in the north of the island, close to the city of Morfu.
    The construction of the Blue House not only followed the traditions of Greece and Turkey, but also used Italian and Mediterranean construction techniques. By looking at the doors and windows of this house, you can see the style of Islamic architecture.
    Paulides was the lawyer of Makarios, the first President of the united state of Cyprus and the first President of Cyprus (until 1964, at the beginning of the Greco-Turkish war in Cyprus) and a cleric in the Greek church. Paulides was also the largest arms dealer in Central Asia and a mafia leader. Paulides shed the blood of many people, including both Greco-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots…

Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi (ODTÜ)
Middle Eastern Technical University (METU, Northern Cyprus Corps) was built in 2005. METU NCC enjoys full academic and administrative support from the Middle Eastern Technical University of the same name in Ankara, Republic of Turkey. METU Ankara Campus has a global reputation and was included in the list of the 60 best universities in the world (Times Higher Education), as well as in the top 100 (ranked 85th in the list) universities in the world 2014 - 2015 (THE).

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The Cyprus University of Health and Social Sciences (KSTU) was founded in 2016 in the Güzelyurt region of the TRNC. As of the 2021-2022 academic year, the Cyprus University of Health and Social Sciences continues to expand its educational activities by opening 7 faculties, 1 college, 1 vocational school, an institute of postgraduate education and research, an English and Turkish preparatory school.
Cyprus University of Health and Social Sciences, which has the best equipped application laboratories in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), has been accredited and recognized by the Council of Higher Education of the Republic of Turkey as of 2017.

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