The monastery was interesting in that it showed some early Greek foundations and walls, but then the main showpiece was the church of the monastery.
It had been restored to an earlier state and in the process some later painting had been lost.
As a record of the religious views of the time it was worth seeing, thought the speculations about what the paintings meant were treated as fact in the audio commentary. Some were frankly laughable. I was surprised too at the poor quality of some of the translations.
Visited May 2014
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