Tourism: Cyprus, Islamic hotel to be built in occupied area

03 October, 14:15

    (ANSAmed) - NICOSIA, OCTOBER 3 - A conservative hotel specialized for women who cover or veil themselves due to their Islamic believes is going to be built in the area of Cyprus under Turkish military occupation since 1974, Famagusta Gazette reports today quoting Turkish Cypriot daily Halkin Sesi. The news on the issue was published in the weekly Economist magazine in Turkey. According to the publication, the hotel which will have a 1.700-person bed capacity will be constructed by the Turkish Bulut Constructions firm which is known for undertaking various projects both in Turkey and in the Turkish occupied area of Cyprus. (ANSAmed).

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