The Agiou Rapahel Ton Vrahon Chapel is located in the village of Pedoulas in the Nicosia district.

The modern church is situated in the northeast of the village, at the mountain slope among the rocks. The location is also the reason why the chapel has the name Ton Vrahon. It is dedicated to the recent martyrs Raphael, Nicolaos and Irene of the island of Lesbos, who are commemorated on the Tuesday after Easter. The temple is decorated with iconographies of the 20th century.

On 10th of June at 1994 the ceremony for the laying of the foundation stone took place by the president Glafcos Clerides and the late Morphou Bishop Chrysanthos. The priest of the community Charalambos Kourris, the Greek Minister St. Papathemelis , the Cypriot Ministers A.Michaelidis and Ad.Adamides and the donors Vasos and Stalo Hadjioannou were at the inauguration as well.

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