Synonyms for ypatis or Related words with ypatis

ampelia              kranea              kerasea              leptokarya              alepochori              palaioselli              oreino              stavrochori              kefalochori              katafyto              fourka              geroplatanos              karitsa              foteino              paliampela              kerasia              chrysovitsa              livadero              kryopigi              polydendri              palaiochori              distrato              chrysavgi              exochi              kainourgio              palaiopyrgos              tristeno              spartia              loutsa              matsouki              grimpovo              perivoli              stavrodromi              kyparissi              vasilopoulo              kastania              argyrochori              makrychori              tripotamos              chaliki              drosato              kalyvakia              drymos              koryfi              zervochori              loutros              mesochori              prasino              petsali              kalamitsi             



Examples of "ypatis"
The museum operates under the auspices of the 24th Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities and features exhibits from across the region of Phthiotis, ranging from Early Christian times to the Ottoman period. The ground floor is dedicated to mosaics, with representative examples from Pelasgia, Achinos, and Loutra Ypatis; as well as an exhibition on the methods and materials used to make a mosaic. On the first floor is a list of the Byzantine monuments of the prefecture. The northern room hosts an exhibit on Early Christian church architecture, with architectural fragments from various basilicas, as well as items of daily use. The middle room hosts an exhibit the region's numismatic history, as well as the private collection of Konstantinos Kotsilis, with coins ranging from Ancient Greece to Sassanid Persia and modern times. The southern hall features sculptures from local churches, such as the marble templon of the Church of the Taxiarchs from Agnanti.