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Church of the Holy Cross - 15th century - Kalymnos - Greece
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Church of the Holy Cross - 15th century - Kalymnos - Greece

Hora was once the capital town of Kalymnos in the center of the island.Above the town stands a big fortress of  a Byzantine contruction , built 300m above sea level.It comprises ruins of houses and cisterns and 9 churches , two of which are renowned for their frescos.

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