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Mykonos churches, monasteries and chapels are counted more than 800.

"Everywhere that I look in Greece,
I always notice that religion involves with tradition and history."

Mykonos churches

Most of the chapels have been built during the last two centuries.
But some unique chapels that are very old have been designated
as historical monuments by the Ministry of Culture.

The most known are the following.

Panagia Paraportiani is the most known of Mykonos churches.
It's name comes from the Greek word "porta" (door)
and it was built back in the 15th century.
Actually it is a combination of 4 churches.

Panagia church (Kimissis tis Theotokou in Greek).
It was founded during Turkish Period on 17th century.
Dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
This beautiful Convent of Panagia, built in 1738
was made by a famous painter, Ioannis Skordilis.

Panagia Tourliani Monastery.
It was founded back in 1542 by monks of the monastery
of Katapoliani of Paros and it is dedicated in the
Presentation of the Virgin Mary
(Eisodia tis Panagias).

Agios Panteleimon.
This convent was founded in 17th century and is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary (Kimissis tis Theotokou in Greek).

Panagia Panachra. It is in the island's town.

The Catholic Church
It is near Orthodox Cathedral of Mykonos.

Agia Kyriaki. This beautiful church is in Mykonos Town (Hora).

Panaghia of Palaiokastro. It  was founded somewhere
near 17th century during the Turkish Period.

Metropolis or Megali Panagia.

Aghios Georgios.

And  many many more.

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Be polite

Light a candle (not a cigarette)

Pray for miracles, hey it's Mykonos!

Invite the priest to a dance club (joke)