KALOGREA, KYRENIA DISTRICT, CYPRUS
VILLAGE IN CYPRUS, OCCUPIED ILLEGALLY BY THE TURKISH ARMY
TURKISH STATE TERRORISM AGAINST CYPRUS SINCE 1974
OF THE GREEK ORTHODOX
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST BY TURKISH SMUGGLERS,
- ANTIFONITIS CHURCH & MONASTERY-
Photos above: Left:
Kalogrea village, Cyprus. Occupied by Turkish troops
since 1974. Right:
Antiphonitis Greek Orthodox monastery near Kalogrea
village, Cyprus. Destroyed by Turkish antiquity smugglers. 12th and 15th
century Greek frescoes were removed and sold in the black market in
England, Holland, and Germany.
|MOSAICS AT ANTIFONITIS GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH AFTER THE ILLEGAL ANTIQUITY SMUGGLING BY TURKISH TERRORISTS||MOSAICS AT ANTIPHONITIS GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH BEFORE THE 1974 BARBARIC TURKISH INVASION AGAINST CYPRUS|
|Photos above: Archangel Michael 12th century A.D. frescos on the Holy Arch of the Antifonitis Greek Orthodox Church near occupied Kalogrea village, Kyrenia, Cyprus. Click to enlarge.|
|Photos above: Left: The destroyed Holy Arch 12th century A.D. mosaics at Turkish-occupied Antiphonitis Greek Orthodox Church. Right: Archangel Gabriel before the destruction by Turkish antiquities smugglers. Click to enlarge.|
|Photos above: Left: The 12th century A.D. frescoes of Future Judgment (Greek Μέλλουσα Κρίση) in Jesus Christ Antiphonitis Greek Orthodox Church in Kalogrea village, Kyrenia occupied Cyprus. The frescoes are destroyed after being extracted to be sold in the international black market of antiquities. Right: The 12th century frescoes of Future Judgment BEFORE being vandalized by Turkish antiquities smuggler Aydin Dikmen.|
15th century A.D. icon of Virgin Mary sitting on her throne. Despotic icon from the iconostasis of the Antiphonitis Greek Orthodox church in occupied Kalogrea village in Kyrenia. It was removed from the iconostasis along with the despotic icon of Jesus Christ sitting on his throne. It was sold in London in the black market by Turkish smugglers and later located in Athens. It was returned back in Cyprus 14 September 1998.
DESTROYED INTERIOR OF THE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH OF CHRIST ANTIFONITIS, in Turkish-occupied village of Kalogrea, Cyprus by Turkish terrorists.
|Photos above: Left: View of the west side interior of now destroyed 12century A.D. Antifonitis Greek Orthodox church. Right: The Dome/Cupola of the Church was too high for the Turkish smugglers to reach, therefore they began shooting Jesus Christ mosaic on the top of the church dome with shotguns. Jesus Christ!!! What kind of barbarians are these Turkish people? The Turkish occupation regime in Cyprus, methodically and systematically destroys every Greek sign of Christianity from the occupied areas of Cyprus in an effort to change the demographics of the occupied areas of Cyprus and prolong the ILLEGAL PARTITION OF CYPRUS.|
TURKISH MUSLIMS HORDES ARE SELLING OUT CHRISTIAN GREEK CULTURAL TREASURES OF UNPRECEDENTED VALUE.
The following photos show pieces of frescoes from the Antiphonitis Greek Orthodox Church. They were found in the possession of Turkish Antiquity smuggler or Greek religious and archaeological treasures Aydin Dikmen. Some of them returned back to Cyprus, while others are still in the custody of foreign police enforcement agencies.
|Photos above: Three separate pieces of frescos showing in detail the Chorus of the Just, during the Revelation. These are part of the biggest fresco scene of revelation detached from the walls of Antifonitis Greek Orthodox church in Kalogrea, by Turkish terrorists.|
|Photos above: Three separate pieces of frescos showing in detail the Chorus of the Just, during the Revelation. The photo on the left is still under German police custody, while the other two pieces of frescos were repatriated in 1997. These are part of the biggest fresco scene of revelation detached from the walls of Antiphonitis Greek Orthodox church in occupied Kalogrea Cyprus, by Turkish-Muslim terrorists.|
|Photos above: Left: The Holy and Innocent Babies (The babies of Bethlehem that were slaughtered by King Erodes. They were repatriated back in Cyprus in 1997. Right: Virgin Mary in Paradise still under German police custody. These are part of the biggest fresco scene of revelation detached from the walls of Antifonitis Greek Orthodox church in Kalogrea, by Turkish-Muslim terrorists.|
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