Architecture in Geroskipou Cyprus
Name: Church of Paraskevi
View: This provincial church is a good example of a barrel-vaulted basilica comprising a nave, flanked by side aisles, and surmounted by five domes. View, from south-west, of the South Flank with the main entrance.
Location: Geroskipou, Cyprus
Date: Begun 9th century
Architecture Style: Byzantine Period
Catalogue No. ZC18770
Another architectural image from Veritas Imaging of the stone church of Agia Paraskevi, this building is found western Cyprus in Geroskipou. Built in the 9th century, it is fine example of Byzantine architecture. The Church of Agia Paraskevi features five domes in the shape of a cross. A sixth dome surmounts the reliquary under the 19th Century bellfry.
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