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Church of Panagia (or of Agia Anna)

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In the Church of Panagia (or of Agia Anna) of the 13th century in the centre of Paralimni, icons of the 16th to the 19th centuries are on display, as well as holy relics, old books and ecclesiastical equipment. The church is decorated with frescoes of 1849 and small paintings on the arch of the dome. Among the valuable exhibits are two Christological icons that stand out: Christ Enthroned and the Virgin Mother Enthroned, from the middle of the 17th century, works by Pavlos Ierografou.

District: Famagusta
Postal Address: Archbishop Makarios II Paralimni PC 5282
Accreditation: Cathedral St. George Paralimni
Operation Period: All year
Working Hours: Monday – Saturday 09:00 to 13:00 Sunday closed. Visits in consultation with the priest (Phones: 00357-99416618)

Facilities: Parking is available. The museum is accessible to people in wheelchairs. There is a brochure which is given to visitors in Greek, English, Russian, German and French. There are toilets in the church square and for people in wheelchairs. There is a shop where visitors can buy various souvenirs such as books, pictures, etc. Transactions in cash only.

Telephone: 00357-99416618

Ticket Price: Free admission accepted voluntary contributions

Courtesy of the CTO