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Church of Panaya of Ekatontapiliani (Complex Nostra signora dei cento cancelli)

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June 12, 2019
The church with the 99 openings established by St Helen and Constantine of Byzantium
May 30, 2019
Panagia Ekatontapyliani:(Our Lady of a Hundred Doors) is a spectacular 4th century Byzantine Church in the port town of Parikia. It is considered one of the most important sacred sights in Greece as the oldest remaining Byzantine. The legend says that 99 doors have been found in the Church and the…
May 05, 2019
Built on ruins of an ancient temple, has been a place of worship since 4000 years. One of the most important ortodox churches in the whole country called also the Church of 100 doors. A must see on Paros!
February 12, 2019
Church of a Hundred Doors - an excellent monument Great ancient, 6th century Church, still operating today. Filled with wonderful inspirational artwork. A great way to spend a quiet afternoon out of the strong sun.
November 09, 2018
The gold cross and icons in this famous ancient cathedral are breathtaking.

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“The Cave of Antiparos is among the most beautifuland most significant in the world; this because, in addition to being an enchanting natural site worth seeing, it is inextricably linked to the history of the area and generates great archaeological interest, owing to the findings from the Stone Age discovered in its interior. The engraved inscriptions that ‘adorn’ it are also an inexhaustible source of stories, legends and information concerning famous—and more anonymous—visitors, like a kind of guest book, whose first page was written hundreds of year before the birth of Christ. Stalactites and stalagmites, which change form according to the inspiration and imagination of the individual visitor, adorn the ‘Katafygi’ [shelter], as locals used to call the Cave. It is located some 171 metres above sea level, is precipitous, and its interior temperature in wintertime is at about 15 degrees Celsius. It has an area of approximately 5,600 square metres. Its maximum depth reaches some 85 metres and the descent takes place easily and securely, by way of a cement staircase made up of 411 steps. The exceptional visibility makes possible the observation of details created by ‘Nature, the artist’, and also permits the search for human presence from the times of the Parian poet Archilochus (c. 680 - c. 645 BC) up to the 20th century. The Cave is open for visits from April through October, its opening hours from 10:00-15:00 In winter months visits may be made upon arrangement with the Municipality of Antiparos. The admission ticket costs 5.00 euros. There is a 50% discount for children and those over 65 (2.50 euros).”
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“Magnificent beach with stonemade scenery. Try it in the afternoon when its not so crouded. ”
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“This Traditional restaurant that sits right next to the small harbour of Naousa is one of the most famous and busy Seafood restaurants in Paros. Operating for more than 40 years.”
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“Ten minutes around the bay from Parikia is what most people agree is the best beach on the island. With a crescent of white sand, pool-like waters and full waiter service, it’s a mystery why Marcello isn’t busier. The sea is so tranquil that the only thing that musters more than a ripple is the wake caused by ferries entering and leaving Parikia’s harbour in the distance. Children will have the time of their lives playing in these safe waters while parents and couples will be spellbound by the vistas over the glimmering sea, back to Parikia and its mountainous backdrop.”
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“Wonderful view, great music, early in the evening it's more of a lounge bar but later on it gets more busy. Great for cocktails”
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