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A one-dome church, three-nave, one apse is a replica of the Byzantine architecture. It implemented in the 20s of the 18th century. On the north wall three marble plaques with Greek inscriptions which referred to Hesiod, John Karamanlis, and Ethaf Second and other. Interior closed...More