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That church was build on 11th century with a unique architecture influenced by the byzantine rythm. The raw material were actually ruins from the ancient temple in Palaiopolis area (Artemis Temple 460 bc)
a very interesting old Byzantine church, a little tucked away in the side streets but well worth the effort of visiting when it's open
we were lucky enough to meet the priest who was happy to explain a little of the history and customs of...More
This Byzantine style church is close to Mon Repos Palace, only a few streets up the road, on Iasonos ke Sosipatrou (Agios Iasonas Kai Sosipatros) street. It's quite old, having been built around one thousand years ago, and was dedicated to the two saints who...More
Built around the 11 c with a lot of old marble stones , taken from temples and monuments of nearby old town of Corfu,.on the ruins of an older early christian monument , it bears the name of the 2 apostles who tought Christianity to...More
We strolled over her from the Mon Repose Palace Hotel (5 minutes). The building
dates back to about 1200 and has an interesting history. Not a great deal to see inside,
but a nice garden and peaceful setting.
This middle Byzantine church happened to be about 100yds from our hotel, the Mon Repos Palace. We also happened to visit on a Sunday during mass so we're able to get inside. The iconostasis is beautiful but the church is otherwise simple and all the...More
This 12th century Byzantine church of St Jason and St Sosipatros (two disciples of St Paul) is tucked behind the Mon Repos Palace Hotel in the street of the same name. It is open in the mornings and we were lucky enough to be shown...More