Church/Monastery in Central Greece


This church was constructed in 1605 in this historic village and functioned as the Greek Museum School (Hellinomousei Agrafon-Gouvas) as a university in old times, where many notables taught.
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The municipality of Dafnousion features an old Byzantine church from the 14th century known as Agii Theodori, which like many others functioned as an undercover school during Ottoman times.
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Dedicated to the Assumption of Virgin Mary, this deserted church dates to 895 AD but destroyed by several earthquakes.
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This is one of the most significant post-Byzantine monuments, having made a valuable contribution to the Nation and to Orthodoxy.
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Mystery shrouds the origins of the Monastery of Lykouresi, with some saying it dates back to the 17th century and others saying as far back as the 15th century. There is a library, congress and an eco-farm connected to the monastery.
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It was built in middle of the 16th century. Today the chancellery is all that remains of the large monastic complex that was in the Sotira area.
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The Byzantine Monastery of Panagia Varnakova or Holy Virgin Mary is one of the grander and more important ones in the prefecture, situated on Mount Vardoussia some 20 kilometers away from Efpalio. It was built in 1077 AD was a pillar of Hellenism during a time with the Catholic church hoped to convert the Orthodox. It also played a part in protecting those who escaped from the holocaust of Mesolongi in 1826, so did the monastery of Agios Ioannis of Thermes. Today, chestnut trees and a serene mountainous environment await visitors there.
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Today it is peaceful among running water, sycamores, pines and plane trees, but the 17th century Monastery of Saint Simeon played a crucial role in the Greek War of Independence, when 1,800 people from besieged Mesolongi sought refuge within the Monastery's walls.
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Around Lamia, the church of Agios Loukas on the hill by the same name lies in the woods. It offers a splendid view of the gulf below. Another important church is Panagia Archntiki (meaning the Noble Madonna) which dates from the 18th century. It boasts frescoes from the Old Testament that are worth gazing at.
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The historic venerable monastery of Osios Loukas (Hosios Lukas) at the slopes of mount Elikonas was founded in the early 10th century by the hermit Saint Loukas, whose relics are preserved in the monastery until today. Saint Loukas was actually a military saint who prophesized the re-conquest of Crete.
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The paleo-Christian church of Agios Leonidis – in the alleged area of ancient Kallion – dates from the 5th century, with its superb mosaic floor that measures 28 x 18 meters.
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Here's a monastery tucked away in the rocks. It was built in 1550, with its main church containing icons from the 16th century.
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The humble church of the Five Martyres has murals from the 17th or 18th century with a typical island floor carved from the natural rock, a common building practice at the time.
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Some 7 kilometres northwest of Chrisso lies the Monastery of Profitis Ilias, at an elevation of 400 meters. It boasts a view of the bountiful olive groves of Amfissa, as well as Galaxidi, the Gulf of Corinth and the Peloponnese mountains across the Gulf.
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One of the few monasteries still standing in Evrytania, the Proussos monastery has frescoes dating back to 1785 as well as some from the 13th century, while the church itself is from the 9th century.
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Started by a group of nuns in 1991, the Monastery of Saint Nektarios is a relatively young monastery, secluded in the mountains, on the road to lovely Dorida right before the village of Trikorfo.
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One of the two monasteries in operation (the other being Proussos), Tatarna has a very tumultuous history. It was originally built in the 11th century, destroyed 3 centuries later, then rebuilt in 1556.
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In the village of Papa in Mesohori, the church of Agios Nikolaos is a rectangular structure built with limestone and no dome, making it particularly interesting and architecturally unique. The interior has stunning hagiographies all around. The church was built in 1788 and is one of the most beautiful in the region.
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The little church of Agia Paraskevi in Makrokomi is a quiet place of worship surrounded by greenery and cypress trees.
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This church is known for its solar calendar in its roof, a zodiac cycle embedded in its floor and unique sundial in its forecourt, a rarity in churches that here reflects the maritime overtones of the town.
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A beautiful little domed church with a single aisle and blind arches features paintings from the 17th century that were recently revealed. It also has icons from the late post-Byzantine era. Curious as well are the marble columns that could date back to the Roman period.
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In Amfikleia lies yet antoher unique church, that of Agiarsali (short for Saint Jerusalem in Greek), built in the back of a cave.
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The tradition of monasteries continues in modern times with the recent construction of this magnificent masterpiece, the monastery of Agios Augustinos and Agios Serafim of Sarof, in the village of Trikorfo. It boasts the largest belfry in the world, with 60 bells and 400 gongs ringing loud and captivating listeners.
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In the municipality of Agios Giorgos, you will come across Agios Dimitrios of Mavrilos, an impressive work of Byzantine architecture from the 17th century. The church on the inside contains elements such as wood and ivory.
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The Church of Agios Dimitrios in Elatia is home to a monument from Byzantine times, complete with a relief from the year 1880 showing Agios Dimitrios himself. Elatia also boasts the regionally beloved Church of Agios Athanassios built in 1759, considered a historic monument with frescoes from the 18th century.
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A notable church in Fthiotida is that of Agios Dimitrios in Paleokastro. It is one of the oldest in the area with rare byzantine icons and an outstanding iconostasis.
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The church of Aghios Georgios Lakas in Kyriaki, built in the 12th century over another more ancient temple destroyed by an earthquake, is now represented with a more recent structure after the Ottomans destroyed it a couple of centuries back.
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Desfina boasts the historic monastery of Agios Ioannis Prodromos which like others in the region played an important part in the struggle for independence.
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In Galaxidi, the church of Agios Nikolaos (Saint Nicholas) is well known for its carved icon screen made from wood.
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In the upper central square of Distomo, the temple of Agios Nikolaos took almost 30 years to be completed (1880 to 1908). It is said that Queen Olga donated the bell of the church's belfry. Note the sculptured icon screen which is a masterpiece in itself.
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Dating from the 10 century AD, the 'Hanging Monastery of Saint Nicholas' in Arakinthos lies within two caves in a cliff and features amazing religious paintings in Cappadocian style. Photo: wikigogo
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Here's a very unique church built into the rocks near the sea. It is a very different church from all others, almost crude in its construction and finish, but spiritually powerful and significant. Visit the nearby windmill-like lighthouse too!
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This is a very special church because it features a very rare relic – a silver case about 700 years old that contains the holy hand of the Evangelist Luke.
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A small and very old church, in a lonely field, this Byzantine building is set among trees and overlooks a gorgeous valley.
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The lovely village of Mendenitsa in the municipality of Molos boasts the church of Ai Thanassis and the Monastery of Agios Nikolaos, as well as the Convent of Agia Triada or the Holy Trinity. The nuns at the convent engage themselves in hagiography.
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In Amfissa enthusiasts of Orthodox and Byzantine churches must visit the Annunciation Cathedral with its painted murals by Spiros Papaloukas, as well as the Sotiros Byzantine Church from the 11th or 12th century.
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Another white island church from the post-Byzantine period, the wall paintings here have not survived but the iconostasis and icons are important and noteworthy, dating from the 18th century. This is dubbed the Church of Nativity of Virgin Mary of the Archons.
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In the municipality of Pelasgia in Kiparissonas there is a unique Byzantine church made out of boulders.
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In the village of Agia Sofia, the Agios Nikolaos church is built on the remains of the temple of Artemis, representing once again how the Byzantine church supplanted more ancient religions.
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The Byzantine church of Agia Triada was renovated in 1645 by the well-respected teacher Eugenios Giannoulis of Aitolos who taught Byzantine music and then established a school in Karpenissi.
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This church was built in 1772 and contains fine 18th century murals.
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The hill where this church lies was supposedly part of Mount Velouchi, but was separated in prehistoric times. There is a great view of Karpenissi from here.
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In the village of Megadendro where Agios Kosmas of Aetolia was born, there is a church in the name of this venerable local saint who actually played a role in the Greek Revolution.
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Here's another church related to the history and sortie or exodus of Mesolongi. Blessed by the town's patron saint, Agios Spyridon, the church is where every year a parade marking the exodus begins to celebrate those who succeed in escaping. The parade continues to the Garden of the Heroes.
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In Kirra, there is the small church of Ioannis Prodromos (or John the Baptist) is well known for its thermal spring or 'Agioneri' which is said to help alleviate stomach problems.
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Notable relics and heirlooms from the school of the Zoodohou Pigis Monastery can be found at this church. They include four icons and works by Dionysus of Fourna.
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If you go to Miriki, only 7 km from Karpenissi yet lying at an elevation of 1,100 meters, you will find the village among dense woods of fir trees. The church of the village has a very special icon screen carved from walnut wood.
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Also known as Zoodochos Pigi, this beautiful whitewashed church lies deep within the town itself. Worn steps, a stone arch against the white walls and uneven walls create an enchanting atmosphere.
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In addition to an intricate iconostatis from the 18th century, this church in Aitoliko is home to the tomb of Kyra Vasiliki, the influencial Greek wife of Ali Pasha, powerful Ottoman ruler from Epirus. Photo: Elias
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Also in Efpalio the old church of the Ascension of the Savior in Nea Koukoura and the small monastery of Agios Ioannis of Efpalio, constructed in an original Byzantine technique, are worth seeing.
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The Church of the Taxiarchs, built in the 12th century, is found on the grounds of Agios Charalambos church and features impressive if partly incomplete wall paintings.
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The Byzantine church of Agios Giorgios built with ancient materials offers great views. The church of the Assumption of Virgin Mary with its clock sits high on a large rock. The old temple was built in 1676 while the modern church was built in 1821, containing the relics of Agios Charalambos.
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In the municipality of Agios Giorgos, the churches of Megali Kapsi, near the wooden forest village at Livadaki, are of particular historical significance. One of these is the Church of Agia Triada or Holy Trinity, which was constructed in 1749 following an uncharacteristic basilican architectural design.
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The Church of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary in Amvrakia, which lies in the municipality of Amfilohia, is a post-byzantine church that has been nicely renovated.
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Paying tribute to Agios Ioannis (St. John) of Rigana, this impressive Byzantine temple from the 14th century AD was built over another paleo-Christian Basilica. It was undoubtedly an important church. Photo:agrinioculture
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If you're in in Mikro Horio, check out the retreat or hermitage of Osia Maria the Egyptian. It is a rarer phenomenon in the area and stories surround Osia Maria ('Osia' is a title that's a step lower than a 'Saint' but still very revered).
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The Monastery of Ioannis Prodromos in Desfina overlooks the plateau and features awe-inspiring hagiography. Also in Desfina and more on the lower side of the plateau the church of the Taxiarchs features hagiography that supposedly protected the rebels of the Greek revolution.
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Off the coast of Opountion, the church of the New Agios Nikolaos sitting on the island was actually built in 1493. There is also the Byzantine church of Agios Nikolaos of Larimna built at Meseos Milos.
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The Monastery of Ioannis Vaptistis (John the Baptist) in Artotina, high on Mount Vardoussia, played an important role in the War of Independence, where hero Athanasios Diakos said his vows before marching into battle. Today it is a very serene place set in nature, beside the E4 hiking path.
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A relatively older monastery than others in the area, Kemessis Theotokou Panassaris (Dormition of Virgin Mary) in Gravia was built in 1517. Now an old landmark that is hosts many local feasts and celebrations, the monastery also played a role in sheltering Greek resistance fighters during the war.
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The early-Christian church of Kimisi tis Theotokou – known in English as the Dormition of The Virgin Mary – is considered one of the landmark churches in the city of Agrinio.
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Built in 1650, this is another of the monasteries that is not operating as such anymore, yet can still be visited.
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In Malessina visit the church of Agios Konstantinos and Agia Eleni which is considered one of the more notable structures in the region, in addition to the church of Agios Ioannis Grothos and the Convent of Agios Giorgos. The latter has captivating frescoes dating from the 11th century.
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Built around the year 1700 in the post-Byzantine era monastery boasts perfectly preserved murals and Byzantine icons. There are no monks sleeping there, but you can still visit.
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The little town of Stylida is home to important religious points such as the monasteries of Saint Vlassios, Agios Giorgos and archangels.
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In the lush green area of Gorgopotamos and Alepospita there are the Monastery of Metamorfosi and the Monastery of Gorgoipikoou. The municipality of Gorgopotamos has an interesting church of Panagia Proussis in Vardates which is situated in a cliff side.
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Near Agrinio, the southern entrance of the Klisoura gorge or canyon boasts the rock-hewn monastery of Agia Eleousa. This is where Yiannis Gounaris, the hero who saved Mesolongi during its first siege by the Ottomans, lived in seclusion. Above the monastery, the water has sculpted the image of the virgin and a lamb.
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The Monastery of Agion Theodoron – today with a library and two temples of Osios David and Osios Ieronimos – was built on a rock with a superb view of the Gulf of Corinth. Evidence shows that it this particular locale was inhabited as far back as the 7th century BC.
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This little stone monastery was built where an ancient temple once stood about 6km from Chora. It was built in 1611 with hagiographies dating from the mid to late 17th century. An earthquake had destroyed renovations, but there are new efforts to restore its beauty. Note its marble reliefs too.
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Built in 960 AD and rebuilt in 1600 AD, the monastery and rich interior is currently under reconstruction and is off limits to public. Still, it remains a site to behold on top of the mountain, and a walk to the high courtyard next to it should not be missed.
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In Damasta the Monastery of Damasta lying on the north slopes of Mount Kalidromo is also historically significant, playing an active role in the Greek Revolution of 1821. Also in nearby Moschohori there are several lovely churches such as Profitis Elias, Agios Giorgios and the Monastery of Taxiarches.
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Some 12 kilometres away from Aliartos lies the monastery of Evaggelistria dating from the 12th or 13th century in a natural haven. The chapel of Agios Giorgios built in 1880 lies in the centre of what is now a women's monastery, complete with a textile workshop and a congress hall.
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Overlooking the Gulf of Corinth, the Monastery of Metamorphosis Tou Sotira or Transfiguration is the epitome of Byzantine monasteries, complete with old hagiography inside and a picnic ground outside.
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Near Thermo the centuries-old Monastery of Myrtia was established in 1491, named for all the myrtle trees that grow around it. Two churches from older times are found within the monastery, with well-preserved frescoes and a small bell from 1713.
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In Ypati or Ipati the Monastery of Panagia Agathonos was established in the 14th century, set in amazing nature on the sides of Mount Iti, at an altitude of some 600 meters. In boasts unique frescoes and relics. There is also an animal farm and a Museum of Natural History.
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This historical monastery was founded in 1088 AC and may have existed before that. Two more recent temples were built on the site after fires and earthquake of 1870 destroyed the original. The Klephts (rebels) fought the Ottomans from this monastery, who eventually destroyed it in return as well.
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In Tithorea, the picturesque village of Agia Marina is home to the Monastery of the Assumption, dating from the 10th century, as well as the church of Agia Marina itself with stunning frescoes.
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A Byzantine Monastery in Angelokastro, renovated in 1746. There used to be a chapel of Agios Charalambos in the past in its place and now it is a small chapel dedicated to the saint. To honor him on his name day(February 10), the locals celebrate with a feast.
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On a peak of Mount Giona near Prosilio, the Monastery of the Virgin Mary is an attractive post-Byzantine structure with traditional hagiography. It offers a great visit when combined with a hiking trip.
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Near Polydrossos here is a worthy Byzantine church of Palaiopanagia (also known as Mavromantila or Agia Eleousa). This is a cruciform church of a rare architectural style, with ruins of an ancient temple possibly dedicated to the three graces (treis charites).
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In Xiniada there is a monastery dedicated to the Merciful Madonna, or Panagia Eleousa in Greek. Also visit the Church of the Assumption which was established in 1760. In Omvriaki visit the Monastery of Agios Athanassios.
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This quaint church of the Virgin Mary was built in 1560 by the despot Theodoris Bozikis and features wall paintings from the 17th century. It also has a wood-carved iconostasis with important icons from the 16th and 17th centuries.
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The Church of Panagia Kalamiotissa near a little port on the Gulf of Corinth was home to Osios Loukas for many years. The little church of Osios Nikitas on the south side of Mount Elikonas, dates back to the 12 century, housing the saint himself who lived and prayed all his life in the church.
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In the village of Amigdalia (meaning Almond Tree) situated in the hills above Eratini lies the historic monastery of the Panayia Koutsoufou, a more remote religious locale compared to others in the region. The monastery was restored recently, and the view on to the Gulf of Corinth is surreal.
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The little village of Dafni in the municipality of Ypati features a church of Peter and Paul in the main square. The Church of the Transfiguration of Christ, built between the 9th and 11th centuries, is considered a monastery in itself with interesting relics and frescoes. Note the great view of Maliakos and Knimida.
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The village of Karaiskakis with roots embedded in the Greek Revolution is home to the Moanstery of Profitis Ilias, dating from the 15th century.
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If you're in Thiva visit the catacombs of the early Christian churches of Saint Catherine and Saint Luke the Evangelist. The latter lies in the town's first cemetery where you also find a sarcophagus which is supposed to hold the saint's body, dating from the 13th century.
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In Askitario within the municipality of Elatia has the church of Saint Seraphim, a native of the region. There is also the Church of Agios Giorgos (Sfaka) built between 1562 and 1571, with an iconostasis embellished with almost folkloric frescoes.
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Agia Triada in Kleisova, Agios Sostis on the island by the same name near the Vasiladiou lighthouse and the Virgin of Prokopanistou built on a small island in the middle of the lagoon.
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Saint Christopher (Agios Christoforos) is the patron-saint and protector of Agrinio. The old Church of St. Christopher was founded in 1847 and the new one founded in 1920. A.D. Every Wednesday evening the supplicatory services to the Virgin Mary are held, and alternating chants to St. Christopher and St. Nektarios.
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Situated 10km northeast of Nafpaktos, this catholic monastery is of great architectural, sculptural and painting interest. It has a variety of colours and expressive portraits, one of the most important works of art of the 17th century. It was built in 1695 on the foundations of an old temple by order of king Otto.
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Simple and white on the outside with a dainty bell, this single-domed church has stunning murals from the post-Byzantine era, as well as several icons from the 16th and 17th centuries. The paintings on the ceiling are really awe-inspiring.
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Historically significant, the modest church of Panagia tis Finikias lies not far from the lagoon and on the way to Etoliko. It was a favourite resting place for Lord Byron who resided in the prefecture.
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Ambelakiotissa houses a monastery with a famous icon adorned with gold which disappeared and was found in the woods during the Ottoman occupation in the 15th century. The monastery's other treasure is the forearm of St Polycarp of Smyrna, also covered in gold.
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There are many notable churches such as Agios Athanassios, Metamorfosi tou Sotira (Transfiguration of Christ), Agios Athanassios, and Zoodochou Pigis (Life-giving Spring), as well as that of Prophet Elias and Agios Georgios.
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Near Askri in the village of Panagia with is vineyards the church of the Transfiguration of the Saviour (Metamorphosis tou Sotiros in Greek) may date back to tend of the 9th century. The church was constructed using materials from more ancient structures in the area.
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The Monastery of the Assumption of the Virgin in Varnakova, Dorida, was established by monk Arsenios in 1077 AC in the era of Patriarch Kosmas. The graves of the Byzantine Komninos family lie in the Monastery. Its library is rich including Athanasios Diakos’ manuscript, calling on Greeks to rise up in 1821.
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The church of the Fountain of Life Almoner was built in two stages. The central part belongs to one era and the elongated annexes to another. Its wall murals date from 1682, which is probably the year the original part was built by the monk Theodoulos of Chora, Skyros.
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In Sykia the inspiring little church of Zooodohos Pigi lies in a cave, where a small pond and icons add to the mystique and sacredness of this intriguing place.
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