Discovering North Cyprus
British Law Courts, Lefkosa
By Engin Dervişağa…….
I am delighted together with my colleague Qossay Eleyan to bring you an interesting report on “Discovering North Cyprus” about the British Law Courts in Lefkosa.
The site of the building was historically occupied by the Lusignan Palace, the former residence of the Frankish kings of Cyprus in the Middle Ages and many years later the British colonial administration considered this building too weak and dilapidated and decided to demolish it.
The construction of a new building began on 14 June 1900 and was completed in 1904, when the law courts, postal service, land registry office and police moved in. By the 1920s however, the building was too small for the needs of the administration and new blocks were added to the east and west of the central building.
This is such an interesting area of Lefkosa and nearby is the Sarayönü or Atatürk Square where we looked at many local features including the The Venetian Column, which was transported from the ruins of Salamis.
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