Around 45 minutes southwest of Nicosia is this small upland village that today only has three residents.

Fikardou has been left untouched and is currently being considered for UNESCO status as the settlement is a perfect example of traditional Cypriot rural architecture.

The village was inhabited from the 400s, but by the 1800s Fikardou’s population was dwindling.

What is left is a Cypriot community before electricity and cars arrived on the island.