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Private Properties in Ayios Epiktitos

Following is a compiled list of many houses inside Agios Epiktitos. These properties belong to Greek Cypriots, lawful inhabitants of Ayios Epiktitos. Because of the July 20 1974 Turkish military invasion ALL Greek Cypriots were FORCED out from their homes by the Turkish army and are now refugees.

We demand that we are allowed access to our legal residences, our homes, our gardens, our churches, our cemeteries. We demand our history and our identity back. We will NEVER stop claiming what is ours, and has been taken by us using brutal and barbarian military force. We are determine to exhaust all legal ways in achieving this.

Houses and important locations within the village of Ayios Epiktitos

The house of Ioanna Stavridou Spyrou, wife of Chrysos, in Ayios Epiktitos.
ILLEGALLY advertised "FOR SALE"  by the Korinia Estate Agency in the Occupied Areas of Cyprus for 37,000 pounds. IF YOU BUY THIS PROPERTY, YOU WILL TOO VIOLATE BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS of GREEK-CYPRIOTS REFUGEES, LAWFUL OWNERS OF THESE PROPERTIES. ANY TITLE YOU MIGHT RECEIVE WILL BE INVALID, AND WON'T BE RECOGNIZED BY ANY COURT OF LAW AS THIS IS GREEK PROPERTY STOLEN BY BARBARIAN TURKS.
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The house of Christos Neophytou in Ayios Epiktitos.
(Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
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The house of Costas Paraskeuaides and Jacovos Charalambous in Ayios Epiktitos.
(Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
Ayios Epiktitos first house as you enter the village from the west. On the Right hand side is the house of the ex-president of Ayios Epiktitos Stavros Stavrides, and opposite on the left hand side (middle in the picture) are his offices. He used to host visitors and officials that were visiting our village.
(Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
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The house of Stavros Stavrides, ex-president of the village in the west entrance of Ayios Epiktitos village coming from Kyrenia. Photo taken from North.
Left-Front: House of Leonidas Demetriou
Left-Back (behind car): House of Stavris Kanaris
Center-Back: House of Dimitris Stavrou (Stavrallas)
 Center-Front: House of Kyriacos Skalias
Open Road in Right-Front: House of Manolis Hadjimanolis of Charalambos (now demolished)
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Main road passing through Ayios Epiktitos. The house of Kyriacos Skalia and Dimitris Stavrou (Stavralla)
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The house of Dimitris Vasileas in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
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The house of Meshios in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
Right (w/ Red Exterior Shed Covers): House of George Trigkis.
Far Right (after George Trigkis house): House of Costas Tsakkas.
First Left (only little wall shown): House of Sophocles Demou.
Second Left: N/A
Third Left: House of Michael Christophi.
The house of Andreas Gregoriou (Ittos) in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
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The house of Andreas Gregoriou (Ittos) in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
The house of Andreas Gregoriou (Ittos) in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
The house of Andreas Gregoriou (Ittos) in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
The house of Andreas Gregoriou (Ittos) in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
The house of Andreas Gregoriou (Ittos) in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
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The houses of Spiros Papadamou and Kyriacos Tzirkis in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
The house of Eleni Stavroulla in Ayios Epiktitos. (Ayios Epiktitos is referred by Turks as Catalkoy in a vain attempt to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus)
Paternal house of Mrs. Xenia Dianellou, daughter of Mr. Costas and Mrs. Yesthimani Dianellos. Mrs. Xenia Dianellou was married and was living in this house along with her husband and children until 1974 when she was forced by the turkish army to flee Ayios Epiktitos to save her life.
Paternal house of Mrs. Panayiota Messios, daughter of Mr. Christos and Mrs. Eleni Messios. Mrs. Panayiota Messios was living in the house pictured along with her Family until the 27th of July 1974 when she was forced by the turkish army to abandon Ayios Epiktitos village to save her life.
The house pictured on the left is the real property of Mr. Chrysos and Mrs. Joanna Spyrou, daughter of Mr. Michellis and Mrs. Katerina Stavrides. The house was rented out until 1974 and the lawful owners are access to this property since then.

The following is unedited content of Greek private properties inside Ayios Epiktitos. It was posted on the web on December 22 2001.


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