Church of St. John the Theologian Patmos, Chemal
(4.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Have been on trips here. Really enjoyed. The temple, though small in size, but very old and with the utmost energy, the place is very strong. The temple is located on a cliff, you can reach it via a suspension bridge. Very scary, but the kind of stunning. We were not in season, so tourists was not very much. And from the words of the accompanying, in summer there are even queue. Get comfortable and not have to spend many hours on the road.
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  • There were many have heard about this place and get us both times from the hotel was very convenient. We specifically chose a time when tourists are smaller, and of course a lot of people and queue. But nature there, and what kinds of open, I probably will remember for the rest of my life, especially the transition on the tractor's bridge-probably my most daring Act) Temple is located in the middle of the island, which are washed by the river Katun. The temple is very ancient, there reigns an atmosphere of appeasement. Recommend necessarily rendered.
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  • Judging by the number of people in September and the withdrawal of all-season here full of trash. Pointers on the road leading to the big parking on the Hill, from which the island need to descend. Accordingly back to go up the Hill. But you can drive up and much closer and knowledgeable people actively enjoy. The road to the bridge fencing, wooden DAIS, 2.5 metre wall protecting the locals from the Importunate tourists. When we were there-near the wall busily fussing any men in cassocks (don't know their hierarchy) apparently discussing construction of a new stall "in the wall." The place is beautiful-island, Katun, pine lodges (Monastery). The same bridge near Chemal'skoj HES is, just down from the water a little bit. In general you can posetmt' seat. But I would not say that right strongly impressed.
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