The Famagusta Gate is a gate at the east end of the Venetian Wall in Nicosia. It is the best preserved of the three original gates leading to this ancient city. It can be seen that the grand buildings of the ancient city are majestic, and trace their past glory.
Famagusta Gate is considered to be one of the most attractive sights in Nicosia, a precious historical relic left by the noisy past of this ancient city. It is a door on the wall of this ancient city, through this door you enter the ancient city, there are often some elegant performances at night, very good.
The three city gates in the west, north and east directions of the city wall were the only access to Nicosia that year. This still-preserved city wall is the crystallization of the ingenuity of the working people of ancient Cyprus in the art of architecture. The car passed the "Famagusta Gate" without stopping. I yelled, and the tour guide said that the big car didn't stop here and drove over. Famagusta Gate is considered to be one of the most attractive sights in Nicosia, and it is a historical relic left by the noisy past of this ancient city. Witnessing the gates of the city's rise and fall, it was not good to take pictures.
A capital is indeed two countries, and an iron gate separates the same city. This is the only divided capital in the world-Nicosia. Northern Serbia is under the jurisdiction of Turkey, while Southern Serbia belongs to the Greek power.
The best preserved of the original city gates is of historical significance.