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This is an understated but pretty little 15th century Byzantine church, located a little off the main tourist trails, with amazingly textural external walls (see photos)
We would suggest coupling a visit with a walk up Philopappos Hill!
A small church on the way of Filopappous hill.
A very old (small) church that worth to visit. Some of our friends advise us that the Greek “celebrities” are in favour of specific church and it consider very popular to book specific church for christening...More
I first visited this church with free walking tour guide and heard about its history. It is near Acropolis and Pnyx hill. I found on (Greek only) Facebook page of church schendule of services and went to night liturgy on the eve of saint Paraskeve...More
This very old church is well hidden from the crowds, literally! Just a bit down from the Acropolis and at the foot of Philopappou hill, it is in amongst the trees and bushes and rather difficult to find. We came across it by accident rather...More
This church lies at the base of the Acropolis and Filopappas Hill, and, although it is on a wide walking path, it lies somewhat hidden in the trees. It is worth a look. The church itself is built with an interesting mix of stone, brick,...More