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Chiesa dei Greci Uniti, Livorno
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  • United Church of the Greeks, was built in the early 17th century and dedicated to the Annunciation. Was the National Church of the Greeks who were their service on ships of the order of Saint Stephen. Partially destroyed during World War II, it survived intact 18th-century façade. The Interior, rebuilt, houses a valuable iconostasis.
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  • The Church of the Annunciation, 18th century, is also known as the Church of the Greeks Joined because it was the place of worship, in the Byzantine rite, this Catholic community. Outside the most interesting element of the Church is the Baroque façade, far from the movements, but sober and composed. The Interior, preceded by a vestibule, is a simple rectangular room, with wooden ceiling rebuilt after the war. Remarkable instead the iconostasis, a 17th-century wooden structure, on which are placed the icons and serving to subdivide part of the Church reserved for clerical functions from that open to the faithful. It was heavily damaged by bombing and then mostly rebuilt, but worth a look
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  • The Church opened in 1606 in favor of Greeks in Catholic worship. To characterize it is the iconostasis. It is then in what some sources indicate as the most multiculto in Europe.
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