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Kythnos Ferries Cycladic Islands
Ships and Ferries to the island of Kythnos in the Cyclades Travel Information for ferries to Kythnos. Island of Kythnos Cyclades.
KYTHNOS > CHURCHES & MONASTERIES
CHURCHES & MONASTERIES
Kythnos is famous for its beautiful churches. Such churches are located in the island's capital-Hora or Messaria- called St. Savas, church of the Saviour, Holy Trinity, Theologos. A very interesting monastery of Our Lady is also located nearby.
Situated on a magnificent hill is the Monastery of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and its annual celebrations on the 15th of August are a 'must' attend.
Also located in the capital city are the churches of Agia Triada, Metamorfosis, Agios Ioannis and Agios Panteleimonas, which are also of considerable interest.
These churches will surely leave a lasting impression on your minds and make your trip to Kythnos unforgettable.
Most of these 17th century masterpieces are concentrated in or around the capital city of Hora.
Another interesting church is the Agios Minas church which contains a brilliantly carved iconostasis and also a bishop's throne made entirely out of marble.
There are numerous other churches all over Kythnos; either you can visit the more famous churches for a glimpse in to the religious side of Kythnos or explore the less known ones for a true feel of authentic Kythnos.