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EMU FLEPS Students Visited the Kyrenia Region
Published Date: January 8, 2019
Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) Foreign Languages and English Preparatory School (FLEPS) ‘Cyprus Turkish Culture’ project, held in the scope of ‘Social Responsibility Projects’ organised by Team Leader and academic staff member Mehşen Ercanlar and lead by Faculty Members Pınar Hüdaoğlu, Pembe Tuna Karpazlı and Sevcan Tekhanlı, held its first observatory field trip to the Kyrenia Region with EMU-FLEPS students.
The students first visited the Bellapais Village. After a short tour of the area, they visited the Bellapais Monastery and expressed how much they liked the historic and natural features of the place. Afterwards, the group travelled to the Kyrenia Castle and accompanied by a tour guide, they learned about its history. They also got the opportunity to walk about the Kyrenia Harbour and take pictures. Stating that they immensely enjoyed their trip, the students experienced the excitement and joy of discovering North Cyprus’ historical and geographic beauties. During this trip, they also got the opportunity to socialise with other groups of students and academicians.