Coordinates: 40.077351, 23.892342


Numerous chapels survive in ruins, most were destroyed in the revolution of 1821. Some of them were reconstructed in the years before 1940 and a few remained solely with their foundations and heaps of stones. The residents of the peninsula, with their own expenses or through the contributions of the nearby people, rebuilt the chapels. These churches testify the old traditional religiousness of the people of Kassandra. The worship and the belief in the divine strengthened and maintained steadfast the religious consciousness of the people.


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