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Monemvasia Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The town's 13th-century cathedral is reputedly the largest medieval church in southern Greece. Carved peacocks on its portal are symbolic of the Byzantine era; the detached bell tower—like those of Italian cathedrals—is a sign of Venetian rebuilding in the 17th century.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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Tzamiou Sq., along main street
Monemvasia, Peloponnese  23070, Greece

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