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Churches - Imathia Prefecture

  •  Ipapanti or Panagouda. It is a church built in the 15th century with remarkable frescos of that period. The main church and the frescos of the north aisle date back to 1706.
  •  Aghios Savvas in Kiriotissa. This church is one of the most remarkable examples of Byzantine church architecture. It is a Paleologios church of the 14th century and still preserves frescos of that period.
  •  Aghios Vlasios. It is one aisled church and was built in the 14th century. In the 16th and 18th centuries it expanded and became a three aisled church. It still preserves valuable frescos of the 14th and 18th century.
  •  Aghios Kirikos and Ioulittis. The initial church had a dome which fell to pieces in the 16th century. Frescos from 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th centuries are still preserved.
  •  Anastasi Christou (Resurrection of Jesus). It was the catholic of a monastery and still preserves amazing frescos of 14th century created by famous painter from Thessaloniki Georgios Kalliergis.
  •  Palaia Mitropoli (Old Metropolitan). The oldest Byzantine church in Veria built in the end of 11th century (1070-1080) when Nikitas was the bishop.
  •  Panagia Dovra Holy Monastery. It is built on the slope of Vermio mountain, 3.5 km away from Veria city center, and is one of the oldest monasteries in the area.

 

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