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What to See in Kithnos

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A walk through the city will give you the chance to visit its main sights. Do not forget to visit:
The War Monument, at the entrance of Chora.
The church of Aghios Savas 17th century, with the remarkable wooden chancel.
The church of Meamorfosi tou Sotira (or Transfiguration of Jesus), with the 17th century chancel, and the oldest church of the island Aghia Triada with the ancient part of sculptures that have inscriptions.
The Byzantine Museum, at the post Byzantine church of Aghios Georgios.
The monastery of Panagia Nikous. The basement of the monastery operated as a secret school.
The wind farm located NE of Chora. It is the first wind farm that operated in Greece.

Panagia Kanala
Protector of the island. The church is built in a wonderful area and is of unique architecture. According to tradition, the icon was found in a canal and is said to be painted by Apostle Lukas. Even though it is more possible that it was painted by Cretan painter Adoni Skordili. It is located 17.5 km south of Chora.

Beaches

Swimming in Kolona and Aghios Dimitrios as well as in Mericha and Martinakia. You can also visit the beaches of Kalo Livadi, Adonides, Aghios Dimitrios, Gaidouromadra, Si Mou Si, Skilou, Flabouria, Aghios Stefanos, Aliki, Stifos, Petousa, Divlakia and Trivlakia and the area of Aghios Dimitrios. From Driopida you can reach the nearby beaches of Lefkes, Kalo Limani and Aghios Stefanos. In the area of Loutra you can visit the beach of Schinari, Maroula, Kavourocheri, Potamia, Mikra Potamia, Saradou and Agio Sosti.
Thermal Spas.

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