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Cypriots’ love for football – in pictures!

Cypriots love football – and when Turkish teams play there is extra lot of emotion. Just look at these pictures taken at the Italian restaurant The Sicilian in Kyrenia, when the two Istanbul teams Galatasaray and Fenerbahce met in a derby in the Turkish Super Leauge. For a long time it was 0-0, and the tension was excruciating. As Fenerbahce managed to score a goal 89 minutes into the match, the fans blasted out from happiness.

The Sicilian shows daily sports on the big screen. To read more about the restaurant click here.

Cypriots love football at The Sicilian

Cypriots love football at The Sicilian

Cypriots love football at The Sicilian

Cypriots love football at The Sicilian

Cypriots love football at The Sicilian

Cypriots love football at The Sicilian

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Maria likes to express her-self in both image and text. Having previously lived and worked in Australia specializing in wedding and portrait photography. Maria desires to see and experience new and interesting places with new eyes, and therefore is often on the move. On trips she brings inspiration and ideas for image making. Recently, Maria worked with property photography for various brokerage firms in Sweden. Since March 2014, she resides in North Cyprus.