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Kos Town Cathedral

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Kos Town Cathedral

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Get off the beaten tourist path (literally) on a Land Rover Safari Tour of Kos. After hotel pick up, your small group will spend seven action-packed hours traversing thick vegetation and off-road routes to take you to some of the best panoramic views and lesser-known tourist spots.  Along the way, you’ll enjoy a traditional lunch served with wine, as well as locally prepared coffee. Finally, relax on the way back to your hotel.
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fred941 wrote a review Dec 2019
Widnes, United Kingdom55 contributions3 helpful votes
Still closed two years after 2017 earthquake. Probably a fine building inside. One side looks ok then you walk around and see badly cracked/damaged walls.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Telboy06 wrote a review Nov 2019
Northampton, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
The cathedral was was closed to the public when I visited because of damage caused by the earthquake a couple of years ago. Damage was evident in the form of quite a few cracks on the exterior of the building. However it is a beautiful building and well woth visiting and photgraphing. Hopefully it will be repaired in the near future. It is located very near the town bus station and there are steps on one side of it which lead down into the quaint tourist shopping area of the town and slightly further to the harbour and sea front. From the other side of the building is access to Eleftharius Square where the indoor market place is located together with a number of restaurants etc, around the square. On one occasion when crossing the square I was lucky enough to see a traditionally dressed group of people together with number of very modern glamourous young Greek ladies performing traditional dancing in the middle of the square to entertain the tourists.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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nerjanits wrote a review Nov 2019
Nerja, Spain111 contributions84 helpful votes
A beautiful building from the 1930's, damaged by the 2017 earthquake. A photographic opportunity to create a memory for years to come and a reminder of the impact of earthquakes on our fragile earth
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Date of experience: October 2019
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lpcrracing wrote a review Oct 2019
Stowmarket, United Kingdom311 contributions37 helpful votes
Again. Like the castle. Over 2 years after an earthquake they have not bothered to sort it out!!! How lazy. Two top attractions closed. So it’s a building. And it’s there to look at. Come on kos town sort it out. Just pure laziness.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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gldaniels207 wrote a review Oct 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom18 contributions2 helpful votes
Set in a lovely square..but what a shame it suffered damage in the last earthquake ..it worth look and easy to find
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Date of experience: September 2019
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