Did You Know That...
- Chora of Patmos together with the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1999?
- The cave of the Apocalypse is connected to the Monastery via the path?
- The highest point of the island is the Hill of Prophet Elias, where lies the homonymous Church, with an altitude of 270 m.?
- The district in the country of Patmos where 100 Byzantine families settled after the fall of the city called is called Allotina?
- Chora of Patmos is located the house where Emmanuel Xanthos was born, one of the three founders of the Filiki Eteria, a secret society that worked for Greece's independence?
- On the beach of Skala is the relic of the Evangelical Baptistery of John the Theologian?
- The greatest distance from the southernmost to northernmost part of the island is just 24 km?