less than a 10 minute walk from syntagma metro this tiny little 12th century church next to the cathedral is quaint and totally out of sync with its surroundings which makes it even nicer to see..i would make sure to see this when in athens as its near the metro and the national gardens
This 13th-century Byzantine church is so unique: built completely of masonry and adorned with a selection of carefeully selected classical spoliated pieces. The pagan pieces were Christianized with the inclusion of inscribed crosses. Highly recommended!
This quaint little church will leave you speechless. It is hundreds of years old and you can see how the city has grown up around it. It seems quite out of place where it is, which is one of the neat things about seeing it. Be sure to go inside. It is free, although putting a coin or two in...