Chiesa di Agios Titos

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Tom Gomez

Joined January 2008

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Artist's Description

The Basilika of Agios Titos (St. Titus) in the old quarter of Heraklion on the Greek Island of Crete is an important monument to Christianity.

The church was originally built by the Byzantines in 962 A.D. and was later converted by the Ottomans to a Mosque. Destroyed by an earthquake in 1856, it was rebuilt by the Turks as a Mosque and later the Cretans converted it into a Greek Orthodox church in 1923.

The church has contained the skull of Saint Titus since its return from Venice in 1966. The Venetians had taken the skull with them when the city fell to the Turks in 1669.

Single RAW image Tonemapped in Photomatix Pro 4.2.

Camera: Canon EOS 450D (Digital Rebel XSi in the USA)
Lens: Sigma 18-200mm
F-stop f/4
ISO 200
Focal length 24 mm


Related shots can be found at Crete, Greece or Eastern Meditteranean.

Artwork Comments

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