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Panagia Ekatondapiliani, Paros

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Visit the oldest remaining Byzantine church in Greece, Panagia Ekatondapiliani. Constructed in the 4th century, the church complex contains three chapels and a baptistery. Believed to be founded by Saint Helen, the mother of Roman emperor Constantine, the church contains Byzantine frescoes and a 6th-century iconostasis. Explore the small museum inside the complex and admire the collection of medieval icons, ritual objects, and vestments used in church ceremonies. Be sure to see the baptistery, which containins the remains of an ancient mosaic floor. Arrange your visit to Panagia Ekatondapiliani and discover more family-friendly attractions in Paros using our Paros travel planner.
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  • This church is also known as 'The Church of a 100 Doors. There are definitely a lot of doors, but no where near 100 :) This historical site is actually a large complex and is widely regarded as... 
    This church is also known as 'The Church of a 100 Doors. There are definitely a lot of doors, but no where near 100 :) This historical site is actually a large complex and is widely regarded as...  more »
  • We thought we were in the wrong place when we stood in the plaza and saw the large white building, but once we walked into the inner courtyard, we new we had found it. It truly is the #1 thing to see....  more
    We thought we were in the wrong place when we stood in the plaza and saw the large white building, but once we walked into the inner courtyard, we new we had found it. It truly is the #1 thing to see....  more »
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  • This church with its chapels is one of the major attractions on the island of Paros. The church dates back to the 4th Century, and its name suggests that it has 99 door while the hundredth is hidden till Constantinople becomes Greek Orthodox again. The church featured one of the earliest and most preserved baptistery in Christendom. Right next to the church, located the Byzantine Museum (2euros. Prices summer 2022) Not a huge museum but for those who are interested it shows some religious artifacts from ancient Christian world. From a small souvenirs shop you can buy some religious replicas for reasonable prices.
  • So cool to see a part of history from a cultural perspective. Nice and quick and right off the port so you can visit while you are waiting for your rental car to arrive.

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