On this map: NICOSIA - Cape Karmakitis - Troodos mountains - Mediterranean Sea - Páfos (Paphos) Castle
Cyprus - Mediterranean Sea - Kouklia - Evdhimou - Polis - Buffavento Castle - Gastria - Morphou - Sigouri
Sigouris - Khirokitia - Royal Palace - Cape Greco - Morphou Bay - Episkopi Bay - Akrotiri Bay - Famagusta Bay
Larnaca Bay - Cape Kiti - Kolossi Castle - Limassol Castle - St. Hilarion Castle - Kantara Castle
Paphos fortress - Kyrenia Castle - Famagusta Castle - Saranta Kolones Castle - Olympos +1952 m
Cyprus, Traces of Crusaders
1191 - 1192 A.D. King Richard I, The Lionheart, conquers Cyprus on its ruler, Isaac Comnenus.
Richard marries Berengaria of Navarra in Limassol, where she is crowned Queen of England.
Richard then sells the island to the Knights Templar* for 100.000 Dinars but they resell
it at the same price to Guy de Lusignan, (former) King of Jerusalem.
* Other sources however leave the Templars out of this deal.
Church, monastery, Castle, Fortress