"The asphalt on the roads has cracked in the warm sun and along the sidewalks bushes are growing [...] Today, September 1977, the breakfast tables are still set, the laundry still hanging and the lamps still burning [...] Famagusta is a ghost-town."
"Thirty two years later. Famagusta, the city has survived the catastrophe, but stands empty today without its lawful citizens. It is a ghost town, home only to a growing number of reptiles and rapacious prey. Famagusta has become hostage to the ever changing climate, but most importantly, remains a pivotal playing card in the never ending political imbroglio of the island. Yet amidst the shell-shattered buildings, the wires and warnings, it still exudes a certain charm."
LET'S SAVE THE FREAKIN' WORLD, MAN !