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Drop by and see the 2 towers

Certainly worth a look if you are making your way from the old harbour back into the centre of town.

Reviewed November 18, 2017
Tony O
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Toronto, Canada
A piece of Cretan History

Once you walk into the plaza in front of the church what strikes you is the minaret still standing... read more

Reviewed October 22, 2016
Michael C
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Chicago, Illinois
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18 Nov 2017
“Drop by and see the 2 towers”
29 Apr 2017
“Lovely church”
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Reviewed November 18, 2017

Certainly worth a look if you are making your way from the old harbour back into the centre of town.

Thank Tony O
Reviewed April 29, 2017

We visited on Sunday morning just as the service was finishing. We were offered cinnamon-flavoured bread by the congregation to celebrate the day. Very interesting church in quiet neighbourhood.

Thank HallyHoHo
Reviewed October 22, 2016

Once you walk into the plaza in front of the church what strikes you is the minaret still standing next to this Greek Orthodox Church. Once again the remnant of the Ottoman Occupation is part of the fabric of Greek Cretan life.

1  Thank Michael C
Reviewed August 10, 2016

the old church of Saint Rocco is used for exhibitions of any kind. If you are lucky one of the very interesting presentations will be there, during your visit. In Splatzia sq.

1  Thank hercgr2015
Reviewed May 20, 2016

It is a Venetian-built church (1630) somewhere at the Splantzia Square, but this square is also called 1821 square). The Latin inscription over the entrance reads that it is dedicated to God the Great and Mighty and to the Divine Rocco. The church of San...More

6  Thank greekcypriot2009
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