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Αγία Καλή
Το νησάκι στο κέντρο του κόλπου της Νάουσας. Σκέτη φωτογραφία!
Ακρωτήριο Κόρακας
Στο βορεινό άκρο του νησιού, μετά τον Άγιο ΓΙάννη το Δέτη. Ο φάρος αγναντεύει αγέρωχα τη θάλασσα!
Ζωοδόχος Πηγή, Λάγγερη
Καθαρά, ρηχά, υπέροχα, κρυστάλλινα νερά.


Church of the Kimisis tis Theotokou
Kimisis tis Theotokou is the third largest church on Paros and the parish church of Naoussa. Built on a hill overlooking the village, the church has a lovely view and boasts two large bell towers and a gable above the main gate. The church is a single-aisle basilica with a tiled dome and small narthex built in the 19th century, on the site of an older church.
It has a large courtyard with pine trees, and 16 marble steps lead up to the main gate. The interior is distinguished by the carved marble icon screen, sculpted by Dimitrios Lyritis of Tinos, and the silver icons of Panagia and the Kimisi tis Theotokou.

Church of Panagia Pantanassas

Theoskepasti in Protoria
Theoskepasti is a small simple church, in the Kravga area of Protoria or Praitoria. The cube-shaped church has a tiered flat roof without a bell tower, a small cross above the entrance, and a small inner courtyard.

Agios Nikolaos in the small port
Built at the entrance to the small port of Naoussa, Agios Nikolaos faces the Venetian castle. It is a small, single-aisle basilica, with an arched bell tower above a secondary single space building. Small fishing boats moor directly in front of the church, and the small port is a lovely sight.

Monastery of Agios Andreas (1648 AD)
The Monastery of Agios Andreas is considered one of the greatest religious attractions of Paros because of its location and architecture. It was built in 1648 and the church was completed in 1711. To reach to monastery, visitors must travel southwest of Naoussa and turn left on a detour off the Naoussa-Parikia road. It is just 3 kilometers from the port of Naoussa.
The interior of the monastery is reminiscent of a fort, where one wall is a cruciform church with a dome. Inside the church, the carved wooden icon screen and bishop's throne stand out. The icons, painted by iconographers of the period, are also interesting. The monastery is privately owned.

Monastery of Agios Ioannis Theologos (16th century AD)
The monastery of Agios Ioannis Theologos is located in Kravga, 4 kilometers from Naoussa. Most of the buildings of the old monastery have collapsed and only the church, with its two-aisle basilica, is in good condition. The covered entrance and courtyard are also intact. The current owner of the monastery is restoring some of the cells at his own expense.
The church has an arched bell tower and the two aisles are dedicated to Agios Ioannis Theologos and Agios Ioannis Prodromos respectively. The buildings of the monastery have been declared listed historical monuments.

The Monastery of Agios Ioannis Detis on the Korakas peninsula
Agios Ioannis Detis is a beautiful monastery built on the sea, in the Environmental Park of Paros, just a few kilometers northwest of Naoussa.
The original building, which was in all likelihood a church, was built in the 16th century, and evolved into a monastery in 1806, according to the sign in the church. The monastery was deserted in 1833, by order of King Othon. The buildings were largely restored between 1964 and 1982, when Dutch painter Gisele D'Ailly settled in the monastery.
The "Detis" possibly refers to the ships tied up in the bay, which is protected from the winds, or the habit Agios Ioannis had of tying malaria ("denei" in Greek), that is, treating malaria, which swept the island in the 18th century.
A large festival is held at the monastery on 29 August.

Agios Georgios looks down over Naoussa from above
Agios Fanourios in Ampelas


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