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What Continent Is Cyprus Located?

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Being an island, Cyprus isn't directly connected to any continent. It's politically part of Europe (Cyprus joined the EU in 2004), but its nearest large land mass is Asia (it's 75km from Turkey) and it's also close to Africa and the middle-east. Most Cypriots would probably say they were Europeans. Even examining the geology of Cyprus doesn't help much as its on the meeting point between two plates (African and Eurasian).
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Cyprus is part of Europe.
Cyprus is located in Middle East, island in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey
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