Yedidalga and Yesilirmak are the small villages in the region of Cyprus. This village is situated on the west of Karavostasi and is currently under the control of Northern Cyprus. According to the statistics, this area covers almost one-fourth of the region of Karavostasi. This region is close to Soli on the northwestern side of the region from Soli.
In order to get to Yedidalga, from Soli one have to move about 1500 meters in the northwestern direction. Moving along the shore, one will get sandy and windy beaches. It is not acceptable for the tourists to enjoy and tempt to move for a swim. But after around 1500 meters starts Yedidalga also known to the individuals as Potamés tou Kémbou in the native language. From here starts the beautiful shores and the pleasant sand. Which tempts the tourists to go for a swim in the warm waters and enjoy the scene. Along with the beautiful sunset of the region which is quite famous due to the scenic beauty of the area. This shore is less sandy as compared to the early beached and having a large amount of pebble.
Sites to visit:
Although these large number of pebbles might be of a problem to the individuals walking on these shores. But the warm sea shelf removes the problem of walking over them and makes the experience much more comfortable and pleasing. Other than these, one can also visit the location for the pre and post-ruin dips. One can easily move about 2500 meters moving past the famous point of Vouni towards the famous point of Yesilirmak. This location of Yesilirmak is famous for the small sandy cove along with the Asmaln Plaj restaurant. It is known best for the cuisines they serve to the individuals and the scenic beauty of the location. This point also has historical importance in the sense that this was the point where the Turkish troops blocked any further movement of the enemies towards the Attila Line.
Another famous and the most mysterious hilltop palace of Vouni this palace is famous for the scene and the beautiful arrangements of the location. This can be reached by moving almost three-and-a-half kilometers west of Soli, Once reached one can be mesmerized by the most beautiful setting of the area which occupies a most spectacular setting, with views consisting of both the scenic beauty of the sea and inland image of the village in the form of the Tillyrian ridges.
The Palace of Vouni:
Moving further from Yedidalga in order to explore the region one can move further on the road inland to visit the village and get more information about the cultural diversity of the area. Moving along the road one will notice the abundance of the citrus fruits and citrus products being sold by the market and sellers. Other than these citrus products one can easily observe the abundance of the items being made by the copper. This abundance is obviously due to the presence of copper mines nearby.
Secondly, the beaches force individuals to sell more culturally related products to the shores. Beaches having more bright colors such as yellow. Orange representing the sunset of the beaches or white and blue representing the color of the water on these shores. Moving along the road in order to get to the Vouni Sarayi, one has to carefully watch for the sign having the words “Vouni Sarayi”. This sign will be the sign pointing right a kilometer or so after the main road towards inland in the village. Along the side diverted road, one will easily notice a number of charcoal burners’ pyramids, more vital than ever since wood-burning bread ovens were banned in the interest of air quality and tree preservation. Hence in order to keep the nature preserved these charcoal burners are used for baking purposes.
History of the Vouni:
Vouni’s have huge historical importance due to its controversial and obscure nature of the region of Yesilirmak. The original name of the region is known to no individual around the region. This might be due to the number of reigns of individuals on the area with each new emperor changing the name of the area accordingly. The modern name of the village Yesilirmak has the merely meaning of “mountain” in Greek. It represents the location of the region and representing the major soundness of the region.
Most of the historians trace back the linkage of the village Yedidalga to about 480 BC. And it considers that there is a probability that the palace was first built around 480 BC by a pro-Persian king of Marion. As an outpost to stop the movement of the pro-Athenian Soli as the result of the wakening of the individuals and creating of a failed revolt.
Historians basically trace the village to about 400 BC. But the place was considered to be destroyed by some unknown agents as a result of the war. And the region was again built in the year 480 BC by the ruler of that time. However, the destroying and rebuilding of the region had a major effect on the cultural difference of the area. Which then became a combination of two cultures.
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