Ekatontapiliani

Church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani is the most important religious monument and one of the most important early Christian monuments of Greece. Founded in the early 4th century AD The church operates and Byzantine Museum. You will see rare religious relics and valuable Byzantine icons. Among them are images of St. George, which dates from the 15th century St. John the Baptist, dating from the 16th century. Also, a silver buckle and a silver cup Society Byzantine period, are the exhibits that attract the attention of visitors.

 



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