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A walk through Dogankoy

Dogankoy is a small historic village set in a modern time that has come to merge with Kyrenia and become one of the area’s most attractive neighbourhoods. The Greek name for Dogankoy is Thermeia. The oldest building in Dogankoy is the little white Panagia Thermeiotissa Church. It is a cosy village to wander through and the road which leads through Dogankoy passes the local café Dogankoy Koyevi then meanders on through the stone-lined neighbourhoods along the scenic mountains.

Dogankoy is a nice place to visit, not least for the local café which is a natural gathering place for people. Here you can quietly sit down in the shade of an umbrella, order a beer and watch the people stroll by. If you want to walk to the church, there are signs showing the way. Many people like Dogankoy so much that they decide to settle here. We speak with a happy bunch Englishmen who have lived here for over ten years and who love North Cyprus.

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy  norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

Doğanköy norra cypern

About Maria Eriksson 1595 Articles
Maria likes to express her-self in both image and text. Having previously lived and worked in Australia specializing in wedding and portrait photography. Maria desires to see and experience new and interesting places with new eyes, and therefore is often on the move. On trips she brings inspiration and ideas for image making. Recently, Maria worked with property photography for various brokerage firms in Sweden. Since March 2014, she resides in North Cyprus.