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Ipapanti temple formerly known as “The Lady of Belonia” (since it was owned by the family of the same name), is the cathedral of the island. The old church, built in 1827, was rebuilt after its destruction by the earthquake on July 9, 1956. Today, at the caldera of Fira you will find the white church with arches, a mosaic in the courtyard...
It the Catholic neighborhood of Fira, mahalas as it is called, is the Catholic Cathedral. With the advent of the Crusaders, and Catholicism having a long history on the island, the temple was built in 1823. The present form is the result of the restoration after the earthquake disaster in 1956. It is a church in Baroque style, dedicated to...
The church of Panagia Episkopi (Diocese of the Virgin), is one of the most important churches of Santorini, and was for many years claimed by both Orthodox and Catholics. It was constructed in the 11th century by Alexios Komnenos, and in the interior the remains of the earlier temple are still visible, as well as sculptures that are now...
A trinity monastery, it has a chapel dedicated to Agios (St.) Panteleimon, one dedicated to Zoodochos Pigi, and the main temple dedicated to Agios (St.) Nikolaos. The monastery was founded in 1651 in the castle of Skaros and functioned as a nunnery until 1815 when they decided the construction of the new monastery in its current position....
The monastery of Prophet Elias dominates the island's highest point, at an altitude of 567 meters. It is a male monastery built between 1711-1724. In the monastery there are two museums, the Folklore and Ecclesiastical Museums with the private collection, belonging to P. Nomikos, of everyday items from old mansions (needlework, paintings,...
In the castle of Pyrgos you will find the temple of Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) that has an exquisite collection of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine icons from 16th-19th century, things from ecclesiastical life and superb woodcarvings.
This church is one of the largest in Santorini. From far away you can make out the blue domes. The first church was built in 1835-1840, but was destroyed by the earthquake of 1956 and had to be rebuilt.
The Theotokaki or the Kimisi Theotokou (the Assumption of Mary) is one of the oldest churches of Santorini (10th century). It is located in the castle tower and is worth a visit for both the old images and the wooden temple.
A small chapel perched on the rocks on the way to Ancient Thira that was built approximately in 1830. You can reach it by either the ascending spiral cobblestone path or you can drive the road to Ancient Thira up to the appropriate height and then continue on foot. The view from there will reward you for the effort and you will have the...
At Perissa are the ruins of Agia (St.) Irini church that is considered to have given its name to the island. Opinions differ between Agia Irini in Perissa and Agia Irini in Thirasia. Agia Irini is a Christian basilica church of the fifth century. The ruins are in the foothills of the mountain above Perissa.