St. Mark Basilica

In a prominent position in the historical center of the city, opposite the Morozini fountain, there is the Metropolitan church of St. Mark of the Venetians, which today houses the Municipal Art Gallery. The construction of a temple dedicated to their patron, St. Mark, was one of the first concerns of the Venetian colonists. The

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St. Titus Church

If you walk along the most beautiful pedestrian street of the city, the historic 25th Avgoustou, you will find yourself in front of one of the most impressive churches of Heraklion, Saint Titus. With the recovery of Crete from Nikiforos Fokas, the seat of the diocese was transferred from Gortyna to Chandax, which then became

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Agios Minas Cathedral

Agios Minas Cathedral is the majestic metropolitan temple of the patron and protector of the city of Heraklion. Its foundations were built on March 25, 1862 and it was completed in 1895, according to the plans by the Epirotian architect Athanasios Moussis. It is located in the center of the city and it is one

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