Agios Athanasiou – Preveza

This church dating back to 1780 is a prime example of the Ionian architecture that characterises a myriad of churches throughout the area. These include the rounded wall to the east and the fact that its basilica consists of a single open space. Another Ionian attribute are the painted barriers along the floor. Impressive paintings can also be seen on the walls and the ceiling which depict scenes of Jesus’ miracles as well as various Old Testament stories.

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