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BYZANTINE MONUMENTS IN ATHENS

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The 11th and 12th centuries are thought to be the Golden Age of Athens’ Byzantine art. Most of the better known and more important Byzantine churches of Athens were built in these two centuries as part of a Christian reconstruction following the- campaigns of Emperor Basil II in the Balkans. Some of the betterknown monasteries were also founded in the same period in the suburbs of Athens.

THE SIGHTS

The Old Metropolis (Cathedral) (Mitropoleos Square)

Kapnikarea (Ermou Str)

Ayios Nikolaos Rangavas (Plaka)

Ayia Ekaterini (Plaka)

Ayios Ioannis Theologos (Plaka)

Sotiras tou Kotaki (Plaka)

Metochi Panayiou Tafou (Anafiotika)

Panayia Chryssokastriotissa (Anafiotika)

Sotira Lykodimou -Russian Church (Filellinon Str)

Ayioi Apostoloi tou Solaki (Ancient Agora)

Pantanassa (Monastiraki Square)

Ayios Demetrios Loumbardiaris (Philopappou Hill)

Ayioi Asomatoi (Thissio)

Ayios Ioannis stin Kolona (Euripidou Str)

Ayioi Theodoroi (Klafthmonos Square)

Taxiarhes (the church of the Petraki Monastery, at 14, Gennadiou Str)

Ayioi Isidoroi (Lycabettus Hill)

Ayios Georgios (Lycabettus Hill)

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