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by Archaeology Newsroom

A brief presentation of some post-Byzantine monuments in Kamenitsa, Patra

Kamenitsa is mentioned in Byzantine and Venetian texts as an important town-fortress in Achaia, Peloponnese. A considerable number of Christian churches have survived among the ruins of the town. Quite a few belong to a later period, as, for example, two churches of St. John, the Church of St. Paraskevi, of St. Luke, of the Virgin, etc.