One of the most unusual churches of the world! It was built of stone under the laws of the Byzantine architecture. The laws that were applied during the organization of the internal space, the place where believers gathered. The Byzantine style is indicated by a number of architectural features: the external decorations are completely absent, the only dome is low, massive, and it almost merges with the church itself. This gives the impression of strength, confidence and reliability. Because of the unusual shape and a traditional Greek whitewash it seems that the temple was made of icing sugar. The sloping, whitewashed conglomeration of four chapels mixes Byzantine and vernacular idioms and has been described as "a confectioner's dream gone mad." Its position on a promontory facing the sea sets off the unique architecture.
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