Archdiocese of Athens

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The Archdiocese of Athens is an archdiocese located in the city of Athens in Greece and is under the jurisdiction of the autocephalous Church of Greece.


See also List of Primates for the Church of Greece

The current Archbishop of Athens is His Beatitude, Ieronymos II (Liapis), Archbishop of Athens and All Greece.

Moments in History

Orthodox sites of pilgrimage

This tiny little church is often referred to as the little Metropolis since it is next to the Metropolis church of Athens.
  • Kapnikarea
  • Monastiraki
  • Panagia Grigoroussa
  • Agias Apostoli
  • Agia Ekaterini
  • Agios Georgios, Lykavittos Hill
  • Dafni
  • Kesariani, Mount Hymettos

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