Apostle Paul and Saint Helen the Martyr Chapel - Paphos

The Apostle Paul and Saint Helen the Martyr Chapel is a modern chapel located in the town of Paphos.

It is a very small chapel of 56.0 sqm, and it was built in the year 2015.

It is dedicated to the apostle and saint and stands out from the uniformity of urban landscape, due to its modern lines as well as its special illumination.

According to the architect it is inspired by the typical forms of Byzantine architecture as well as the local Orthodox Church architecture.

However, through a series of innovative techniques and thanks to the materials used, the façade seems to "play" with light and curves, minimizing the "hard" corners.

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