Now Discovering Karpass Peninsula, Cyprus.
The Karpass Peninsula is a long, finger-like peninsula, one of the most prominent geographical features of the island of Cyprus. Sights such as the Apostolos Andreas Monastery can be found here. Myth has it that during a journey to the Holy Land, the ship transporting Saint Andrew went off course and struck rocks here. On coming ashore, Andrew hit the rocks with his staff, at which point a spring gushed forth.
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