It was built by the Patriarch Nephon I as a catholicon (main church) of a monastery in 1310. During the Ottoman period it was turned into a mosque and the murals were cov
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The impressive church of the Acheiropoietos owes its name to the worshipful icon of the Virgin Mary, which according to tradition is not painted by human hand ('Acheiropo
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The church is dated in late 13th-early 14th century and was served as a Byzantine monastery catholicon (main church). It belongs to the type of complex cross-in-square ch
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A small treasure of religious art is hidden at the Church of Aghios Nikolaos Orphanos, which was constructed in the early 14th century as the catholicon of a byzantine mo
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Close to Rotunda and Galerius’ Arch (Kamara), you can find the church of Aghios Panteleimon, a spiritual center in the 14th century, a place where the remarkable Hellenis
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Built over a natural mound, this 14th century church, once dominated the city. It is unique in the city for its type: four-columned inscribed cruciform in italics dances.
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