One of the most interesting churches in Athens. The brickwork and particularly the marble reliefs around the exterior of the building are feature an abundance of medieval Christian symbolism. The interior is a great example of Orthodox simplicity. Again, as with all churches in the city, remember to be respectful – even though there’s not a “church service” going on, the Orthodox believers who are lighting candles, kissing the icons, and pausing to pray are worshipping.
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