Churches in Monemvasia
This nice church is dedicated to "Christ in Pain". It is located in the Castle of Monemvasia and it was built in the 13th century by Byzantine Emperor Andronicus.
The Byzantine church of Agia Sofia is located on the edge of a cliff and gives a gorgeous view to the sea. It was built in the 12th century by Emperor Andronicus. When Monemvasia was occupied by the Venetians, it became a Catholic cathedral and during the Turkish occupation, when their walls were painted with lime, it was used as a mosque.
Built on the edge of a rock, this church was constructed in the 17th century and it is still in use today.
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