Church of Agia Fotini

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At an idyllic landscape in the city, at the only place still remaining from the valley of the river Illissos, is the church of Agia Fotini. It has been erected in 1872 right next to the riverbed, which nowadays is still visible but without water.

At its interior survive wall paintings of the 18th – 19th century, while from the old decoration the portable icons of Agia Fotini, Agios Eleftherios and Archangel Michael stand out.
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