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Stock photo ID:91753905
Upload date:October 11, 2009

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Stairs cut into the cliffs at the Agia Triada or Holy Trinity Monastary. It was founded by the monk Dometius in the 15th century and was the monastery used for the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only. It is decorated with wall paintings from the 18th century by the brothers Antonios and Nikolaos. To get to the monastery you walk up 140 steps cut into the rock, past the church of Saint John the Baptis with its wall paintings from 1682.
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