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“Little beautiful church”

Komiseos Theotokou Monastery
Ranked #6 of 16 things to do in Hydra Town
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: A beautiful church featuring a Venetian bell tower and a domed interior.
Reviewed 4 April 2017

This tiny church is so close to the harbour.
It looks very nice and you can ecen pop in.
Hydra is so nice and this small church really fascinating.

Thank OZS969
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

The courtyard of the church is off the main port area and not obvious from the outside. Entrance to the church is free. When you enter the church, immediately on the left is a picture of Mary and Jesus surrounded by jewelry. I read that a number of miracles/good outcomes have been attributed to the picture and those who received a blessing, came back and left a piece of jewelry. There is a very small museum outside upstairs that costs 2 euros. As you peak your head through the door, you can just about see everything there is to see. I paid the 2 euros anyways, as I feel it is fine to give a donation.

Looking at the church and possibly the museum is worth it – it only takes a few minutes, both are small.

Thank tinaNtravel
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Reviewed 7 August 2016

This is a beautiful 'working' church and monastery. Just back from the bustling harbour but has a real feeling of tranquility. It doesn't take long to look around but it's well worth seeing (and free!) : ))

Thank gands83
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Reviewed 14 March 2015

The monastery is small but exquisite, highly recommended as an attraction if you want to spend an hour or so soaking up a bit of the community culture and beliefs. Stunning decoration and unusual architecture. And best of all it's a fully functioning active part of the local community.

2  Thank Kelsey E
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Reviewed 4 October 2014

Visit around 11ish in the morning so you can enter the actual church (not in beach wear though) because this is a real treat. The cloisters square off on two tiers protecting the monastery in the centre. You'll see monuments to the navel heroes and rulers of Hydra from the 17th Century and inside the church you'll find one of the finest painted and gold leaf decorated domes. The cloisters are also home to the Ecclesiastical Museum which is also well worth a visit.

4  Thank Kelsey E
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