The Church of Agii Apostoli lies near the fenced medieval village, Pyrgi. Dated from the 13th century, this Byzantine building is considered to be a reproduction of Nea Moni (i.e. of insular octagonal domed style). The outer brick masonry adds solemnity to the building, while it is internally embellished with murals (dated from 1665) created by Antonios Kynigos from Crete. The chapel has a liturgy in 19th of June, the honoring day of Agios Petros and Pavlos.
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