You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Aghios Athanasios
Another small detour to visit an old church, which was built in 1746...
Aghios Spyridon
Here we are in front of the entrance of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Aghios Spyridon. Our virtual stroll ends with a tour of the building and of the interior of the church.
Ierós Naós tou Taxiarchón
The Holy Church of the Taxiarchs was built in 1650. Do not try to translate its name with an online translator, it will tell you that it is the "sacred temple of the taxi drivers". Taxiarchs are the archangels Michael and Gabriel, military leaders of the "heavenly armies" in Orthodox theology.
Plateia Rambagas
On this square stands the bust of Kleanthis Triantafyllou, born in Sifnos in 1850, a famous publisher, journalist and poet who published in Athens the progressive political and satirical magazine Rambagas.
Steno (10)
Our 360° stroll goes in front of Rambagas Square, a welcome detour to admire a superb view of the mountains to the west.
Steno (11)
A last tavern and the Steno calms down, continuing to climb gently towards the Metropolitan Cathedral of Aghios Spyridon.
Steno (12)
The Steno continues to climb gently and we shall soon arrive at the end of the stroll...
Steno (13)
Our stroll goes past the Church of Saint Athanasius, which was built in the 18th century.
Steno (14)
We arrive in view of the big metropolitan cathedral of Aghios Spyridon, which will be for the moment the last step of our 360° stroll.
Steno (15)
In this first version, our virtual stroll will now end with a visit to the most important church of Sifnos, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Aghios Spyridon.
Steno (16)
You can climb the stairs and go around the cathedral on a beautiful sunny day, then enter and discover its atmosphere at night.
Steno (7)
Sifnos is the homeland of Nikolaos Tselementes (1878-1958), the chef who revolutionized Greek gastronomy. You will eat very well and our stroll passes here in front of a restaurant that we recommend!
Steno (8)
Our stroll continues past a very old church, which dates from the 17th century. When we made the shooting, we were lucky and we found a lot of open churches!
Steno (9)
We go on strolling quietly up the Steno. We shall soon arrive at a small square where we can catch our breath and admire a gorgeous panorama....
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