Named for St. Charalampus, a local bishop martyred at the age of 113, and whose skull is still venerated in Greece, this large, mid-19th-century Greek basilica church is a relict of Çeşme's former Greek Orthodox inhabitants, and was restored by the municipality in 2012. It's worth taking a look inside you stroll down the main street of Çeşme's shopping district. The space is now used as a cultural center that hosts art exhibitions and handicrafts bazaars; look up to
see painted saints peering down at you from the ceiling.
Inkilap Cad., Çeşme, 35930, Turkey