Church/Monastery in Corfu (Kerkyra)


Inside you’ll find ancient icons dating back to the 15th Century.
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Madonna (or Panagia) Kremasti church lies in Corfu’s Old Town on the picturesque Kremasti Square with a 16th Century well. Admire beautiful icons inside and vine-leaf patterns as a structural detail.
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Connected to the mainland by a causeway, this 17th Century whitewashed church creates the illusion that it’s floating in the sea.
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A priest built this 18th Century basilica for his compatriots from Epirus who had fled Ottoman oppression in mainland Greece and settled in Corfu.
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Corfu’s significant Catholic community worships in this imposing 16th Century Gothic-Baroque style Cathedral.
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Founded in the 11th Century, this is Corfu’s oldest church and an excellent example of Byzantine architecture.
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One of the most opulent churches in Corfu, this 16th Century church belonged to an aristocratic family and is an excellent example of traditional Corfiot religious architecture.
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The preserved body of St. Spyridon, Corfu’s patron saint, lies in state in this beautiful and historic 16th Century basilica. The church boasts the island’s tallest belfry as well as important relics and artwork created by famous Greek artists.
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