Like nearly everything else in Cyprus the attraction has potential and should be interesting but the lack of information holds it back.
This mosque is of huge importance to the Islamic faith but this is not made clear. As a plus point it is quite welcoming and in a decent state of repair. Not the most impressive interior though.
The nearby salt flat is nice but having seen some of the world's finest salt flats it did suffer by comparisson. You can get some great views of the mosque from the walk around the saltflat
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