The Little Metropolis (Greek: Μικρή Μητρόπολη), formally the Church of St. Eleutherios (Άγιος Ελευθέριος) or Panagia Gorgoepikoos (Παναγία Γοργοεπίκοος, "Panagia Who Grants Requests Quickly"), is a Byzantine-style church located at the Mitropoleos square, next to the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens (the "Great Metropolis").
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We came here on easter expecting a very big show and did not receive one. The place is very nice, its very big, spacious. Not too crowded and there is an aroma from the candles. We didnt see the preist but the new and old churches were nice. There are mant small shops nearby worth a visit. Placed right in the center of athens.
Beautiful. With alien picture on the front. Right of the door
This is probably the most interesting, pretty and small church I have ever seen.
Very pretty church tucked away. A nice courtyard to sit in.
Great Byzantine church.