because of my very restricted material, here is a mini-outlook, with just one or two pictures for each of the three cities visited in cyprus.
cyprus' capital sits on the separation line (see the city's map). the main borders between the two cyprus territories are here.
the city map shows that many historic monuments are under turkish control. the former city walls are now park areas. the predecessor of nicosia was the city of ledra, established 1050 b.c., but it didn't last as such, and later in time became nicosia.
christian churchs dominate in nikosia, but there are mosques as well. beside a the art monuments, tourists can find lots of shops and cafes.
this city at the south coast is the largest harbour, dealing with passengers, cruise ships and cargo. there are many private ships as well.
this harbour city at the north coast is a main center for the turkish territory; it is also a popular place for travellers.
kyrenia was founded 1100 b.c. its castle was frequently enlarged, by the roman and later the venetian rulers, and is the core sight.
by the way, the oldest city in cyprus is larnaca, founded 1400 b.c., the main harbour of the phoenician merchants.