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We wouldn’t have missed this ‘museum’ - it’s a site of great historic importance. The entrance fee was modest, quite appropriate for the size of the building. It was fascinating. There was parking around the area, but that may be more difficult on ‘work days’
This is a beautiful very old church. The paintings and outside are worth a visit. There is a small fee to visit but worth it. The lady selling tickets was very informative. It is sad to see the disrepair of this gem. I hope it...More
The entrance fee is still €2 (reduced €1 for seniors over 65 y.o.).
It is possible to take photos without flash going around several rooms of the church. The most impressive one of course is the main nave with dozens of marble columns that seem...More
Found it slightly dear to enter the church however the architecture and paintings are absolutely mesmerizing. The church was founded in ca. 1290 by the Despot of Epirus, Nikephoros I Komnenos Doukas (r. 1268–1297), and his second wife Anna Kantakouzene. The church eventually became bankrupt,...More
There are no words for the Church of Panagia Parigoritissa in Arta, Epirus, Greece.
The only word to describe this monument of world civilazation heritage is one : ''UNICUM'', the latin word that means unique.
This adjective reffers to the technical construction details of this...More
If for some reason you are lost and end up in a silly place like Arta, or are very near by, stopping to see this church is an absolute must.
A fabulous example to high Byzantine architecture from the 13th century. Some original frescoes are...More
Very impressive looking chuch but closed when I came through so I never got a look inside.It is not where Trip Advisor says it is so I took a screenshot to show where it is.The blue dot is the actual position.