VILLAGESChurch of Saint Constantine
The small, picturesque village of Konstantini takes its name from the Roman Emperor Constantine (306 - 337) who historians call "the Great". In the church he is known as "the Equal of the Apostles" because he renounced paganism and guaranteed religious tolerance for Christians.
     The main church in Konstantini is dedicated to him and, ironically, includes an inscription about pagan rituals performed by a cult honouring the goddess Demeter and her daughter Persephone. The inscription attracts scholars and tourists fascinated by a cult that was still being celebrated during Roman rule.

CaféneonSit and soak up the atmosphere
Village dwellingsWander around the village dwellings
EagleFind the eagle
War memorial... on the memorial
WellImagine drawing water from the well
View towards the main church Konstantini

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