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Church of Ayios Mamas, Louvaras (extension to "Painted Churches in the Troodos")

Date of Submission: 04/02/2002
Criteria: (ii)(iii)(iv)
Category: Cultural
Submitted by:
Ministry of Communications and Works Department of Antiquities Nicosia
Coordinates: UTM WGS 84Eastings: 503900Northings: 3855000
Ref.: 1671
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This is a small chapel of the steep-pitched roof type situated in the middle of the village of Louvaras. It was erected in 1455 and decorated in 1495 by the painter Philip Goul. It preserves its complete series of wall-paintings in the post-Byzantine style.