Is an early Christian basilica from the 5th century A.C in Agia, Kydonia, which functioned as the cathedral of the Diocese of Kydonia and Apokoronos during the second Byzantine period. It was reconstructed during the 10th-11th century and is today an important religious monument on program of designation by the Archaeological Service.

SOURCE: CHANIA MUNICIPALITY LIBRARY

The Byzantine Church of Assumption of Virgin Mary