Agios Georgios Church

The cathedral of Agios Georgios marks the center of Poros Town’s upper sector. The oldest surviving written reference to the church is in the 1828 census under Governor Ioannis Kapodistrias, who lived briefly on the island. The church is widely known for its hagiography which is the work of one of the most important modern Greek artists, Konstantinos Parthenis.

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Area: Poros
Ticket Price: Free Entrance
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