The Agia Marina Church is located in the village of Anarita in the Paphos district and it is the main church of the village. The church is situated in the centre of the community.

In addition, the church is dedicated to Agia Marina and it was built during the 19th century. It is made up of stone and the courtyard is paved. During the last few years the church has also been under maintenance.

Its interior is flat and simple with the ability to accommodate up to 200 people. Above the altar there is a unique mural with the presentation of Jesus. The iconostasis of the church is wooden, carved and surrounded by new icons. Two of the older icons were kept and stored in the Metropolis due to their great value. The two carved psalm books were donated by the Development Club of Anarita and the carved Thrown was a donation of the community board.

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