Landmarks


Dating back to 1100 BC, it’s riddled with natural and manmade caves, and served as a temple for Aphrodite and then was taken over by monks who lived in tiny caves.
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Built in the 1700s, this mansion is a perfect way to learn more about Patmos’ traditional architecture. Tour the exhibits which also display stunning artifacts that date back to Prehistoric times, through Antiquity and the Hellenistic era.
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You’ll be astounded by this beautiful mansion which was built in 1625 by craftsmen from Asia Minor and is now a museum. Admire Patmos’ traditional architecture with vaulted ceilings in an open ground floor swept by stunning arches.
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Founded in 1713 by Makarios Kalogeras, a native of Patmos who had studied at Constantinople’s Seminary, the Patmiada Seminary became a beacon for theologians and scholars in the region.
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Admire these stunning 16thC stone windmills that have been completely restored to their former glory. Not only is the interior now perfectly redone, but they’re all functional.
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