Greek island church
Panagia Ekatontapiliani (literally the church with 1,000 doors) or Panagia Katapoliani is a historic Byzantine church complex in Parikia town, on the island of Paros in Greece. The church complex contains a main chapel surrounded by two more chapels and a baptistery with a cruciform font.
The church dates to 326. Its oldest features likely predate the adoption of Christianity as the state religion of the Roman Empire in 391. The church was purportedly founded by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (ruled 306–337), St. Helena, during her pilgrimage to the Holy Land when she stopped to worship at a chapel on the island.+
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