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Extreme points of Northern Cyprus

A map depicting the extreme points of Northern Cyprus

The extreme points of Northern Cyprus are the most notable places that are closest to the most northerly, southerly, easterly and westerly areas of North Cyprus, the northern third of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. From the grid below, it can be observed that the most easterly and northerly places are the same, due to the north-easterly protrusion of the Karpass Peninsula.

Direction Location District Coordinates
North Klidhes Islands İskele
North (mainland) Cape Apostolos Andreas İskele
South Akıncılar Lefkosia (Nicosia)
East Klidhes Islands İskele
East (mainland) Cape Apostolos Andreas İskele
West Erenköy, in the Kokkina exclave Kokkina exclave
Description Location Height above sea-level (m) Area Description Coordinates
Highest Point Mount Selvili 1,023m (3,357 ft) Part of the Kyrenia Range, which is a limestone ridge along the mid-northern coast of Cyprus.
Lowest Point Mediterranean Sea 0m (0ft) -
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