The Church of Hamurya

The Church of Hamurya

Situated approximately 6km south west of Maçka is the village of Hamurya or Hamouri (Grk: Χαμουρή) today Sukenari.
Church of Hypapante (Taşbaşı kilisesi)

Church of Hypapante (Taşbaşı kilisesi)

One of the most prominent surviving churches in Ordu is the Church of Hypapante (Gr: Ναός της Υπαπαντής του Χρηστού, Trk: Taşbaşı kilisesi) which stands above the sea in the western area of the town.
Jason Church (Yason Kilisesi)

Jason Church (Yason Kilisesi)

Located at Cape Jason (Grk: Ιασώνειον, Trk: Yason Burnu), along one of the most picturesque locations on the Black Sea coast between Fatsa and Ordu, is a Greek Orthodox church, the Jason Church (Yason Kilisesi).
Saint Anne of Trabzon

Saint Anne of Trabzon

Saint Anne of Trebizond (Grk: Άγια Άννα) is one of the oldest known surviving churches in Trabzon. It is built outside the city’s walls and is situated in the eastern suburb of the city, less than 100m south of St Basil.
Saint Sophia, Trabzon

Saint Sophia, Trabzon

The Church of Αγια Σοφια (Hagia Sophia or Saint Sophia) of Trebizond (today Trabzon), was built in the year 1250 under the guidance of Emperor Manuel the 1st (1238-1263).

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