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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.
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