The Catholic Cathedral of Santorini, Cyclades: This cathedral of Santorini is in great contrast to many of its Byzantine neighbors. The peach exterior and its size make it stand out from afar. There is also a wonderfully ornate clock tower standing proudly overlooking the town. The interior is beautifully decorated with large religious portraits framed with pillars. The dome from the interior is lilac blue and other parts are colored orange and cream. The Cathedral church is located at the Catholic neighborhood of Fira and is dedicated to Saint John, the Baptist. The church was greatly damaged by the earthquake in 1956 but it was renovated back in 1975.