The findings from the region of Naoussa dating back to the Byzantine period have been collected and exhibited at the Monastery of St. Athanasius, making the visit to the monastery even more interesting. There are images by Parian hagiographers, sculptures from the Venetian period, and part of the Byzantine wall painting from the 12th century that survived in the Protoria of Naoussa. In general, the exhibits date from the 15th to the 19th century and you will see rare icons like the Panagia Vrefokratousa (Virgin with Child) and the Apokathilosi (Deposition from the Cross) and all in a beautiful, intimate setting. Visiting hours: From April, open all day.
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