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Saint Spyridon Church , the miraculous and Saint of Corfu The history and the tradition of our local Church from 1456 is imminently connected with Saint Spyridon. The arrival of his holy relic from Istanbul, his staying in Corfu, the built of his...more
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This lovely sixteenth Century Church, dedicated to the Patron Saint of. Corfu, is located in the heart of the Old Town, and is easily recognisable by its red-domed Belltower - the tallest in Corfu.
The interior is quite dark but there is a lot of...More
No photography, no mobile phones. These signs (with symbols so not understanding Greek can't be used as an excuse) are displayed outside and inside the church, and very clear. Why do people offend the church and its followers by completely ignoring these instructions?
It can be very crowded as it is a popular place to visit due to St Spiridon being the Saint of Corfu, but the guided tours pass through and you can then enjoy a relatively peaceful visit. The church is beautiful and filled with wonderful...More
A small but beautiful church in the centre of the old town. The tower is the highest point in the town and makes finding the church fairly straightforward. The interior of this orthodox church is typical of churches in this faith and has a very...More
if you want to meet Saint Spyridon, to pray, you have to wait up to one hour, in line
very crowded place, for myself it's not the proper place to be closer to God
otherwise, a nice church, with Venetian contributions, more than 400 years...More
A beautiful small church with a reverent atmosphere. Plenty of gold and artwork and you can join a queue to see the body of the saint. There was another area that I think was a shop selling icons but I didn't go in. If you...More
My visit to the Greek orthodox church of St. Spiridon, the patron saint of the island, could not have been more special and important. My niece and now her husband chose this church for their wedding ceremony. It seemed that a hundred and possibly much...More
Generally in corfu, there is a magical combination of eastern orthodox and western practices. This combination expands in every aspect. The Liturgy, the House, the iconostasis etc. Although the outside look of the building doesn't clue for something special, once you step inside you 'll...More
You can only walk there actually the church is located to the old town so there are no roads only around the old city.
You can take a bus possible- if there is - to Liston and from there is only 3 min walking distance