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Agios Konstantinos (Church of St. Constantine)

Agios Konstantinos Street, Hydra Town, Greece
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worth the visit, the real deal.

very nice folks working here, not at all crowded, full of history about this wealthy patriot who... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2017
Asheville, NC
Small yet beautiful

Very peaceful and quite. Beautiful interiors. It is a Greek Orthodox church. An ecclesiastical... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2017
divya j
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Agios Konstantinos Street, Hydra Town, Greece
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Reviewed 16 June 2017

very nice folks working here, not at all crowded, full of history about this wealthy patriot who lived her in the 1800s. authentic furnishings, an art gallery in the basement is ...well... an art gallery, not notable.

Thank breggie
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Very peaceful and quite. Beautiful interiors. It is a Greek Orthodox church. An ecclesiastical museum can also be visited , though there isn't anything much. Can get there on a horse back or by walk . Horses can be taken from the port. The entire...More

Thank divya j
Reviewed 26 April 2017 via mobile

Stopped to rest here on way down from monastery - lovely. Great views over and down to Hydra port/town. Peaceful and attractive new-ish Greek orthodox church in lovely setting. Flower beds really nice this time if year. Worth the effort - recommended

Thank PagMi
Reviewed 16 March 2017

a very nice new church storying life of the local saint. the view of the town is very very nice, even we had to walk long time. go, if you have time

Thank daskalos g
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Nice church, went there on a horse ride, I reccomend Harriet's Horses. A very nice ride, you see all the view and the village from the top. The church is in the top of the hill facing Hydra's town. A really unique view of Hydra...More

Thank dakonst
Reviewed 28 September 2016

This is a lovely small church that obviously has seen some very deep prayer. In addition to the beautiful interior, it has a strong vibration of silence (hesychia in Greek) accumulated from a long history of prayer and meditation. It made us want to sit...More

1  Thank Stephen P
Reviewed 25 January 2016

Hydra (pronounced surprisingly as Heedra), is one of the smallest inhabited Greek islands and has no motorised transport. A short tender ride from the anchorage in the bay brought us to the town’s harbour, where we came ashore at the dock used by the fast...More

2  Thank masterecho
Reviewed 8 October 2015

A lovely spot to enjoy on your visit to the island. There is a sheltered courtyard and a beautiful mosaic on the wall.

1  Thank Barbara_Antle
Reviewed 14 August 2015

it takes quite a physical effort to get to the top of the island where the church is, but its worth it - great views. you will be a fitter yourself too ;)

1  Thank Danila99117
Reviewed 29 July 2015

High above the city ,not easy to climb stands the church of St.konstantine. If you ever coinside to be on November 14th then you can see all the celebration that takes place at that day. St.Konstantine was born in Hydra island and died in Rhodes...More

1  Thank Evanthia K
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