Churches of Corfu Town
Meet a Corfiot man and there is a good chance that he is named after Saint Spyridon, the patron saint of the island. His church, which is tucked into the middle of the old town, holds a silver-encrusted coffin where the saint’s remains lie, at least when he is not being paraded around. The other main church of town is the Mitropolis, which dates from the 16th century and hides a highly ornate interior.
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