Leaving the Fini village and taking the road towards the south there is a mountain cliff where the chapel of Agia Anna is built. With money from the residents of the village, sweat and hard work the small chapel was built.

The small chapel was recently built and the construction was completed in 1993. It is built with bricks and it is white on the outside and the inside. There isn’t an old iconostasis or any old icon. They are all made in a modern way. There are six portable icons and a simple wooden iconostasis and wooden psalm stands. As for the dedicated icon of Agia Anna, it is located with the other icons on the iconostasis.

There is no prayer area in the west entrance, only in the centre there are a few seats. It is small and it can accommodate 50-70 Christians. It operates twice a year. On the 9th of December which is the celebration of Agia Anna , and on the 9th of September which is the celebration of Ioakim and Anni.

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