At the age of 16 Tasoula Hadjitofi was forced to flee from napalm bombs by the Turkish army in Varosha, Famagusta. Now, 47 years after the war, she is trying to return to her childrens home, which is still on Turkish territory. In 1974 Turkey invaded Cyprus after a Greek military coup. A bloody war ensued that lasted several months and led to the partition of Cyprus. Varosha in Famagusta has been a ghost town ever since. Since October last year it has been slowly opening up again to visitors from Turkey. Even so, most of the former Greek residents are forbidden to visit their homes, while it is not erloud to leave the main streets. The trauma of the war is still present. Most of Famagusta's refugees live just across the border and can see their old city from their balconies or rooftops.