Agia Jerusalem Viotia
Agia Jerusalem Viotia. On the south side of Livadia Greece, in the gorge of Krya, lies the chapel of Agia Jerusalem, built in the cave of Zoodochos Pigi, on steep cliffs, next to the chapel of Ai Minas. To reach the chapel you have to climb about 700 steps. The route, the chapel and the view will reward you. The interior of the temple has a bow, stone-built and stone-built iconostasis. During the Turkish occupation Odysseas Androutsos had his watchtower here and was used as a refuge for the inhabitants of Amfiklia. The "grandfather's cell" is a cave located above the chapel where it is believed to have been inhabited by a Monk or Ascetic Jerusalem. The chapel celebrates Zoodochos Pigi, a mobile celebration that is the Preparation of the Renewable Week, on the first Friday after Easter Sunday.