Agioi Theororoi in Nefs Amari Crete
Agioi Theororoi in Nefs Amari Crete

The Church of Agioi Theodoroi is a small, single-aisled church with a tiled roof, located in Nefs Amari, Crete. While the exact construction date is unknown, the presence of frescoes dating back to 1588 and 1731 suggests that the church was built sometime before the latter date. The frescoes themselves are not in good condition. A notable feature of the church is its bell tower, which bears a depiction of the Virgin Mary.

  • Construction Periods: Although the exact construction date of the church is not known, the frescoes inside the church date back to 1588 and 1731.
  • Location: Nefs Amari, Crete
  • Dimensions: It is a small, single-aisled church.
  • Historical Significance over the years: The church is dedicated to Agioi Theodoroi (Άγιοι Θεόδωροι) -Saint Theodore of Tyro & Saint Theodore Stratelates- whose feast day is celebrated on the first Saturday of the first week of Lent.
  • Current Status: The church is still standing but the frescoes are not in good condition.
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Earth Road

Rather good earth road, neat to Nefs Amari.

ReligionInfo
Venetian
Ottoman period
Contemporary
Open to Public
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