Banks in Cyprus
+ 357 228 88 888
Lemesos Avenue, 3, 1596, Nicosia
 
+ 357 253 513 51
Olympion Street, 23, 54384, Limassol
 
+ 357 25 814202
Maximos Plaza, Block E, Office 3, 4011, Limassol
 
+ 357 221 218 81
Limassol Avenue, 154, 2025, Strovolos Nicosia
 
+ 357 22 654 400
Globe House, 23, Kennedy Avenue, 1075, Nicosia
 
+ 357 22 208 002
Archbishop Makarios Avenue, 41, 1065, Nicosia
 
+ 357 22 888 444
Archbishop Makarios III Avenue, 90, 1077, Nicosia
 
+ 357 225 755 55
Spyrou Kyprianou Avenue, 1, 1065, Nicosia
 
+ 357 22 750 480
Kallipoleos Avenue, 3, 1055, Nicosia
 
+ 357 25 272 000
Grigoriou Afxentiou Mesa Geitonia 35, 4003, Limassol
 

Country information

The population of Cyprus consists of: Greek - 76%, Turkish Cypriots - 17%, Armenians - 2%,Arabs - 2%. The vast majority of Greeks live in the southern part of the island, the Turks live mainly in the north. Religion: Orthodox - 77%, Islam - 18%.

Cyprus covers the area of 9200 square meters. The state is located on the island of the same name in the eastern Mediterranean. The coastline to the north of the island is indented and rocky, and it is flat in the south, with long sandy beaches. The Troodos Mountains cover most of the southern and western portions of the island and account for roughly half its area. The highest point on Cyprus is Mount Olympus at 1,952 m

The climate is Mediterranean with dry hot summers and mild wet winters. Sunshine days in Cyprus are around 300 days per year

The capital of Cyprus is Nicosia. Official languages are Greek, Turkish. English and French are also widely spoken.
German is used less.

National currency
(CY, CYP, phone code +357)

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