There is the eleventh century Byzantine church of Agii Apostoli in
Kato Episkopi. The beautiful cemetery church, which as the name suggests, was
a bishopric church during the second Byzantine period, has an unusual rectangular
It is older than the church of Agii Apostoli in Kato Episkopi and
appears to have been a three-aisled basilica originally. It has been renovated
many times and the church has lost its original form. Apparently the renovations
were done by the Venetian bishop, Vidiani.