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On the 20th July 1974, Turkey launched a massive military invasion against Cyprus, a predominantly Greek independent island state of the Eastern Mediterranean. By the 18th August 1974, the Turkish invasion forces had occupied 37% of the island's territory and proceeded to ethnically cleanse the areas under their military control of their Greek population.

In total, over 160.000 Greeks from over 150 towns and communities, who made up the overwhelming majority of the population of the Turkish occupied areas and one third of the total island's population, were forced to leave their homes and have since been prevented by the Turkish occupation army and the illegal occupation regime from returning there.

This site is a guide to these displaced communities. To begin your journey, select one of the four occupied regions.

This site was conceived and created by Laris Vrahimis. Please mail your comments, suggestions or corrections to Copyright 1997 - 2000 Laris Vrahimis. All rights reserved.
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