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Panagia church at Kefalas
The church of the Virgin Mary (Panagia) in Kefalas, province Apokoronas, is dedicated to the Dormition of the Theotokos and celebrates on August 15th. The pillars and its enclosure date back to the mid-19th century and bear Venetian architectural elements.
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Saint John the Theologian church at Armeni
The single-nave arched church of Saint John the Theologian (Agios Ioannis Theologos) is located in the central square of the village Armeni, province Apokoronas. The church was built in the 16th century on the site of an older 13th-century domed temple, which in turn was…
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Panagia Zerviotissa church at Stylos
The church of Panagia Zerviotissa (i.e. left-handed) or Monastira is located east of the village Stylos, province Apokoronas. It is a 12th-century cruciform temple with an octagonal dome, each dome bearing a window on each side and supported by four pillars. The ground plan resembles…
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Panagia church at Saitoures
The Temple of Panagia in Saitoures, Rethymnon, is dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin Mary and is built at the entrance of the village Saitoures. Its interior walls bear frescoes of the 13th-14th century, among which stand out these depicting sinners in hell. Basilicata…
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Church of Saint Demetrius in Pigi
The church of Agios Dimitrios is located in the village of Agios Dimitrios, very close to Pigi, Rethymnon. It is a cross-shaped temple with dome and projecting parts to the sides. The exterior walls are framed by blind arches and a few small windows, while…
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Church of Saint George in Artos
Northwest of the village Agios Konstantinos in Rethymnon province is the ruined village of Artos, which was destroyed by the Ottomans because of its revolutionary action. Access to the site is possible via a dirt road starting either from Saint Constantine or Zouridi. Today, three…
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Church of Panagia at Skouloufia
Near the primary school of the village Skouloufia there is the ruined church of Panagia (Virgin Mary). The roof of the temple has collapsed and the church dates back from 1410. There are no frescoes surviving, but a very beautiful window survives.
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Saint George Church at Kalamas
The imposing church of Agios Georgios in Kalamas, province Mylopotamos, dates back to the 12th century and is one of the most impressive churches in the prefecture of Rethymnon. It has a special architecture, as it is cross-shaped with two narthexes in front and a…
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Church of Saint John the Baptist at Anogia
In the neighborhood of Kavalaria in Armi, Anogia, there is the imposing double-aisled church of Saint John the Baptist (Agios Ioannis Prodromos) and Virgin Mary (Panagia). Inside there is an impressive wood-carved iconostasis with relief details.
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Church of Archangel Michael in Axos
In the center of the village Axos, province Mylopotamos, next to the centuries-old plane tree and just above the fountain, there is the two-nave ruined temple of Archangel Michael (Astratigos). The temple is built on the ruins of an ancient Christian basilica of ancient Axos.
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Church of Saint John the Baptist in Axos
The church of Saint John the Baptist (Agios Ioannis Prodromos) is located in Axos cemetery, north of the hill of Ancient Axos. It is one of the many Byzantine churches of Axos, which flourished from the Greco-Roman era to the late Byzantine years.
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Church of Saint Irene in Axos
The church of Saint Irene (Agia Irini) in Axos is one of the many Byzantine churches of the village. It is located inside the village and a few meters west of the hill of Ancient Axos, which was one of the strongest cities during the…
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Church of Panagia Faneromeni in Agios Ioannis
The church of Our Lady (Panagia) Faneromeni is located in Agios Ioannis, province Mylopotamo,s and was founded during the reign of Andronikos II Palaeologos (1282-1328). The temple belongs to the type of single-storey with arched roof, which was extended westward in the 16th century.
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Church of Panagia Panokastriani in Kastri
The church of Panagia Panokastriani is located above Kastri, province Mylopotamos, where the ruined fortress of Pano Kasteli was built. Kastri was the seat and base of the strongest Christian family during the Venetian occupation, Kallergis, whose coats of arms are located in the arch…
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Church of Saint Nicholas at Apostoli
The village Apostoli in the province of Amari hosts several churches, the most important of which is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. The temple is located at the cemetery of the village and is small signle-nave, dating back from the 14th century. The walls bear frescoes…
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Saint Nicholas Church at Platania
The church of Agios Nikolaos in Platania, Amari province, is located west of the village, below the road leading to Vistagi. It is a small single-naved arch-roofed temple that bears frescoes dating back from the 14th century in moderate condition.
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Church of Panagia in Agia Paraskevi
The Church of Panagia (Virgin Mary) in the center of the small village Agia Paraskevi in the province Amari is an arched and single aisle temple dedicated to the Dormition of Theotokos (feast. August 15th). It is the oldest temple of the village, even older…
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Church of Saint Nicholas in Amari
The province of Amari has a really large number of churches dedicated to Saint Nicholas (Agios Nikolaos), as almost every village hosts one. Inside the residential area of the village of Nevs Amari there is the small single-nave arched church of Saint Nicholas.
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Church of Panagia in Patsos
The ruined church of Panagia in the village Patsos, province Amari, is dedicated to the Birth of the Theotokos. The magnificence of the building and the high quality of construction materials and frescoes rank this church as one of the most important in Crete.
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Church of Saint Nicholas in Lambiotes
The church of Agios Nikolaos in Lambiotes is a small arched and one-roomed temple located at the entrance of the village. It is one of the many temples in the province of Amari dedicated to Saint Nicholas (Agios Nikolaos).
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