List of Cyprus-related topics

The Coat of arms of Cyprus

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Cyprus:

Cyprus – Eurasian island country located in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, east of Greece, south of Turkey, west of Syria and Lebanon, northwest of Israel and north of Egypt. Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and the Republic of Cyprus is a member state of the European Union.

General Reference

Geography of Cyprus

Main article: Geography of Cyprus
Dhekelia SBA 103 km
Akrotiri SBA 47 km
  • Coastline: 648 km

Environment of Cyprus

Natural geographic features of Cyprus

Regions of Cyprus

Administrative divisions of Cyprus

Main article: Administrative divisions of Cyprus
Districts of Cyprus
Main article: Districts of Cyprus
Municipalities of Cyprus

Demography of Cyprus

Main article: Demographics of Cyprus

Government and politics of Cyprus

Main article: Government of Cyprus and Politics of Cyprus

Branches of the government of Cyprus

Main article: Government of Cyprus

Executive branch of the government of Cyprus

Legislative branch of the government of Cyprus

Judicial branch of the government of Cyprus

Main article: Court system of Cyprus
  • Supreme Court of Cyprus

Foreign relations of Cyprus

International organization membership

The Republic of Cyprus is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Cyprus

Main article: Law of Cyprus

Military of Cyprus

Main article: Military of Cyprus

Local government in Cyprus

Main article: Local government in Cyprus

History of Cyprus

Main article: History of Cyprus, Timeline of the history of Cyprus, and Current events of Cyprus

Culture of Cyprus

Main article: Culture of Cyprus

Art in Cyprus

Sports in Cyprus

Main article: Sports in Cyprus

Economy and infrastructure of Cyprus

Main article: Economy of Cyprus

Education in Cyprus

Main article: Education in Cyprus

See also

Cyprus portal
European Union portal
Southwest Asia portal
Main article: Cyprus


External links

Atlas of Cyprus

  • Island Jewels: Understanding Ancient Cyprus and Crete Biblical Archaeology Review

Air Ambulance Cyprus

  • Air Ambulance International. HI Flying aviation group
  • Cyprus Trade Centres Worldwide
  • Cyprus High Commission Trade Centre - London
  • Cypriot Diaspora Project
  • Republic of Cyprus - English Language
  • Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus
  • Press and Information Office
  • Annan Plan at
General information
  • includes Background Notes, Country Study and major reports
  • "The Cyprus Conflict" An extensive educational web site dedicated to the Cyprus Conflict
  • DMOZ
  • The UN in Cyprus
  • Top of the class - Cyprus Internet Directory
Official publications
  • The British government's Foreign Affairs Committee report on Cyprus.
  • Letter by the President of the Republic, Mr Tassos Papadopoulos, to the U.N. Secretary-General, Mr Kofi Annan, dated 7 June, which circulated as an official document of the U.N. Security Council
  • Legal Issues arising from certain population transfers and displacements on the territory of the Republic of Cyprus in the period since 20 July 1974
  • Address to Cypriots by President Papadopoulos (FULL TEXT)
  • The Republic of Cyprus Press and Information Office, Aspects of the Cyprus Problem
  • ΝΟΗΤΙΚΗ ΑΝΤΙΣΤΑΣΙΣ - Noitiki Antistasis, Non-affiliated news website focusing mainly on the effect of globalization and foreign interests on the Cyprus problem
  • European Court of Human Rights Case of Cyprus v. Turkey (Application no. 25781/94)
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