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Monastery Agiou Zaharia
Greece
The church of San Zaccaria belongs to the late Byzantine era. It was built on the eastern part of the nave of the eponymous Christian basilica from the 5th century. Located in Heroes Square, a short distance from the archaeological site of Eleusis.
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