The crow of Varosha
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Only the crow high on the balcony of the abandoned apartment block next to the white, neoclassical Greek Women’s Lyceum spoils the festive atmosphere in the “Tea Park” set up in the Boys’ High School yard. On both buildings, the Greek names on the facade have been covered or painted over. Huge Turkish and Turkish Cypriot flags hang over the high school’s closed entrance. The crow caws, monotonously, tirelessly, drowning out the twittering of the tourists sitting around plastic tables, in the yard where the pseudo-Sultan took his tea during his victory lap in the hostage city a year earlier. A Famagusta...
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