By KEREM HASAN
Council consultant Mücahit Kaya said that he was “appalled” by graffiti daubed on part of the
centuries-old fortifications at one of the “most beautiful walking spots in the region” and a
popular tourist attraction.
“Is this the respect we have for our cultural heritage and history?” Mr Kaya said to Cyprus
“We have reported the matter to the police and have also contacted the Department of
Antiquities and Museums, because we have to work in coordination with them in order to
clean off the graffiti.”
He said the city walls were 2km long and that council workers carried out two patrols a day to
clear away rubbish such as bottles and plastic, forcing them to put up warning signs about
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