Christian church  

Agia Varvara (Kavala) 

The church was built between 1923-1924 with the contribution of the residents, tobacco merchants and refugees from Asia Minor, who brought some of the icons  along.

The stone-built church is a three-aisled basilica with projections on the north and south walls. The interior is dominated by the tall iconostasis. The frescoes are more recent.



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