The Venetian Walls are a series of defensive walls which surround the capital city of Nicosia in Cyprus. The main city dividers were worked in the Middle Ages, yet they were totally modified in the mid-sixteenth century by the Republic of Venice. The dividers are still to a great extent flawless, and are among the best safeguarded Renaissance fortresses in the Eastern Mediterranean. They are a noteworthy vacation spot. The city of Nicosia, alongside Valletta in Malta, was thought to be a useful case of a perfect city of the Renaissance, and this was because of its strongholds and additionally the urban life inside the city.
The principal stronghold in Nicosia was a mansion worked in 1211, amid the Lusignan time frame. An extensive pinnacle called Margarita Tower was worked by King Peter I in 1368. Dwindle II assembled the principal fortresses encompassing the whole city, and furthermore annihilated the Margarita Tower. Cyprus turned out to be a piece of the Republic of Venice in 1489. In spite of the fact that the Venetian governors of the city stressed the requirement for the city to be invigorated, at first nothing was done to enhance the strongholds. This changed after the Great Siege of Malta in 1565, when fears of Ottoman development expanded and numerous Christian states in the Mediterranean started to fortify their strongholds.