The tower of this church can be seen almost everywhere in St. Andrew. This typical Byzantine Orthodox church has a history of nearly a thousand years. It's a souvenir in itself worth seeing.
The city of St. Andrew is famous for its Greek Orthodox churches, as well as small streets that can inspire artists and rural museums on the outskirts of the city. It is a good place to travel throughout the year. The coffins of the ancient Romans and the stone of the church altar prove that people lived here in ancient times; the church on the castle hills in the Middle Ages and the streets built around the castle wall indicate that this place was already an important settlement at that time.
This church is located in the center of the town in San André. When you walk along the small stone road into the central square of the town, this church will stand out in front of you. The entire church is a lovely yellowish, black Orthodox roof. The town also uses lampshades as decorations to make the church more vibrant.
Located in the main square of the city, there is a trail to the ice cream shop next to the square. The view above is very good, overlooking the town
An Orthodox church of St. André, 18th century Baroque style building, located on the main square of the city, the church is small