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Fevzit Pasha

January 2021

Fevzit Pasha looks at the St. Antonios area in Limassol, the neighbourhood with the largest

Turkish-Cypriot community in South Cyprus. It follows six Turkish-Cypriots in the area and the

ways their lifestyles and cultural and religious beliefs are maintained. It takes place at International

Restaurant in the centre of St. Antonios. International Restaurant functions as a meeting place for

Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots, a phenomenon not often observed within the Cypriot

landscape due to the civil conflict history between the two communities. The restaurant is also the

base for Cyprus Solidarity, a pan-Cyprian association which actively supports the unification of

the island and acts as a representative of the local Turkish-Cypriots.

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