Descripción del sitio
An 8th century Byzantine church that was once the resting place of St. Nicholas (i.e. Santa Claus) before his relics were swiped and taken to Bari, Italy, in 1074. Today, the half-ruined church contains the empty tomb of Nicholas, several old frescoes, and a beautiful opus sectile floor.
Learn more: Church of St. Nicholas, Myra
Category: Eastern Orthodox Sites