Cyprus uses the same 13 Amp, 3 pin plugs that are used in the UK.
A plug with 3 pins which can be inserted into the original UK plug.
The currency used in Cyprus is EURO (The Republic of Cyprus is a full member of the United Europe)
The UK, Eire, Malta and Cyprus use the 'G' type plug, which has rectangular pins and is larger than the plugs used in northern Europe.
Cyprus now uses the Euro, which it adopted in 2006. Prior to that, it's currency was the Cyprus Pound and the Cyprus Cent, neither of which are legal tender any longer.
No. Cyprus is an island, so you can drive until Greece and then use a boat.
Petrol/gasoline cars do use spark plugs.Petrol/gasoline cars do use spark plugs.
Considering the the national curreny of Cyprus is the Euro, it would be better to use Euros in Cyprus than British Pounds.
plugs use copper because copper is a conducter of electricity
Today's diesel engines do not use spark plugs.
No. It is Euros now although you can still change Cyprus Pounds at the Central Bank
In Limassol, which is in Cyprus they use the Euro.
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yes since January 2008
euro since January 2008
You can use euro almost everywhere in northern Cyprus, although you might have to ask for the price in euro as menus will tend to be marked in Turkish lira.
The Latin for Cyprus is Cyprus.
Diesels don't need spark plugs. Some use glow plugs to run softer, but some don't even use that.
Simply put. You do not use an easy-out tool to change spark plugs.