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Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation, Bayrak Radio, Paphos, Larnaca, international airports

Cyprus has 11,141 km (6,923 mi) of roads, of which about half are paved. The country has no railroads. There are three international airports—at Larnaca and Paphos, in the Greek Cypriot zone, and at Tymbou, in Turkish Cypriot territory. In the Greek Cypriot sector, two government-controlled radio transmitters are operated by the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation; television was inaugurated in 1957. Broadcasts by the Bayrak Radio and TV Corporation serve the Turkish Cypriot sector.



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