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This is a beautiful church, and a very interesting historical building. It was built around 1100 AD as the first chatedral of Santorini, commissioned by the Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos at the end of the 11th century, and took the place of a previous...More
Beautiful church tucked away at the foot of Mount Profitis Ilias with well-preserved frescoes on some of the ceiling sections from the Byzantine era. If you can get in before a tour group arrives it is a beautiful, serene spot to stop and reflect. Open...More
One of the places to visit if you want to see 11th Century Byzantine church. If you visit, check the visiting hours. It closes at lunch time and opens at 2PM. We went there without checking the hours but had a pleasant time waiting outside...More
Lovely location with great views, old carob tree and lots of content looking strays lounging around. Lots to see of interest here, inside and out. Old stone engraved animal watering trough outside, inside is crammed full of frescoes, paintings and trinkets and the light coming...More
This is a beautiful little church and much visited by many tourists. Unfortunately when we were there we were joined by 3 large buses of tourists and it was impossible to appreciate the splendour of this magnificent church. Built in 1115 it contains many valuable...More
Absolutely a treasure ... beautiful remains of 12th century frescoes, densely decorated small church. Our book had a superb guide around the walls, no signage there. I read of a rumored book that one could purchase in English and German, but no sign of it....More
Is a Orthodox Church from the Byzantine period, with beautiful frescoes, sculptures beautiful architecture and wonderful sculptures, images and decoration; is for a visit that will take little time and must be done!