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Cyprus Cities by Population


77 cities shown of 77 total Cyprus cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. Nicosia 200,452
2. Limassol 154,000
3. Larnaca 72,000
4. Famagusta 42,526
5. Paphos 35,961
6. Kyrenia 26,701
7. Protaras 20,230
8. Morphou 14,833
9. Aradhippou 13,349
10. Paralimni 11,836
11. Lefka 7,835
12. Yeri 7,639
13. Ypsonas 7,348
14. Dhali 6,085
15. Xeri 5,498
16. Livadhia 5,329
17. Dhromolaxia 5,240
18. Rizokarpaso 5,215
19. Lapithos 5,215
20. Dherinia 5,161
21. Emba 4,519
22. Trikomo 4,490
23. Sotira 4,444
24. Athienou 4,444
25. Avgorou 4,177
26. Liopetri 4,005
27. Pano Polemidhia 3,781
28. Khlorakas 3,619
29. Phrenaros 3,450
30. Voroklini 3,446
31. Kiti 3,278
32. Kokkini Trimithia 3,223
33. Lefkoniko 3,187
34. Moutayiaka 2,818
35. Ayia Napa 2,798
36. Akaki 2,769
37. Lythrodhondas 2,736
38. Astromeritis 2,463
39. Peyia 2,462
40. Lymbia 2,262
41. Ayios Tykhonas 2,204
42. Peristerona 2,190
43. Athna 2,043
44. Pano Dheftera 1,983
45. Polis 1,975
46. Kornos 1,943
47. Perivolia 1,876
48. Akhyritou 1,721
49. Kato Dheftera 1,706
50. Ergates 1,656
51. Tala 1,655
52. Klirou 1,623
53. Leonarisso 1,593
54. Kyperounda 1,560
55. Erimi 1,493
56. Kissonerga 1,467
57. Pyla 1,434
58. Psomolophou 1,415
59. Pyrgos 1,407
60. Parekklisha 1,382
61. Kophinou 1,372
62. Kakopetria 1,255
63. Mesoyi 1,249
64. Meneou 1,248
65. Pelendria 1,237
66. Alambra 1,192
67. Kato Pyrgos 1,170
68. Mosphiloti 1,158
69. Aradhiou 1,129
70. Mammari 1,122
71. Troulli 1,078
72. Pissouri 1,078
73. Psevdhas 1,070
74. Pera 1,060
75. Meniko 1,023
76. Tersephanou 1,018
77. Pakhna 1,008





Cyprus History

The Republic of Cyprus, the internationally recognised state, has de jure sovereignty over the entire island of Cyprus and its surrounding waters except the 3% which appendix O of the Treaty of Establishment of the Republic allocates to the United Kingdom as sovereign military bases. The island is de facto partitioned into four main parts:

The name Cyprus has a somewhat uncertain etymology. One suggestion is that it comes from the Greek word for the Mediterranean cypress tree,, or even from the Greek name of the henna plant,. Another school suggests that it stems from the Eteocypriot word for copper. Georges Dossin, for example, suggests that it has roots in the Sumerian word for copper or for bronze, from the large deposits of copper ore found on the island. Through overseas trade the island has given its name to the Classical Latin word for the metal through the phrase aes Cyprium, metal of Cyprus"

later shortened to Cuprum. Cyprus is also called ""the island of Aphrodite""

since in Greek mythology

the goddess Aphrodite







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