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IN History & Culture ON 21 Apr, 2015
History has it that every time political relations turn sour, it's not the politicians who suffer, but the common men. And one of the most prominent and chilling examples of the same is the ghost town of Varosha, a town that was abandoned in the mid-70s and has unfortunately remained so ever since. The history of Varosha, a once resort town at the island of Cyprus, is extremely depressing, and its story an example of the pain that wars bring forth.
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