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Polychrono church - Halkidiki, Greece
Greece

A church in the village of Polychrono on the Halkidiki peninsula in Greece.

The Greek christian church is an Orthodox church and as such the church buildings have specific appearance.

This church is a small one with a fountain in the yard as seen in the panorama.

Typical for Orthodox churches is the abundance of pictures of saints and the lack of statues.

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Hochgeladen: 24/08/2011
Aktualisiert: 06/08/2014
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Tags: polychrono; greece; halkidiki; chalkidiki; polihrono; polyhrono; church
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