The Saint Fotios and Anikitos Chapel is situated in the village of Statos – Agios Fotios in the Paphos district.

More specifically the dedicated chapel is built amongst the houses of the old community Agios Fotios. From the information given to us it seems that there was a previous temple in the same location which was demolished years ago.

The temple which is there today was built in 1921. It is a small chapel stone built with a very common stone found in the area and with a tiled roof. Its interior is white however there are no murals on the walls.  

There is a wooden carved iconostasis as well as a wooden psalm stand and very few seats. The chapel can accommodate 200 Christians. It is a flat church with a marble floor.

It operates twice a year, on the 12th of August and at Easter.

Chapel of Saint Fotios and Anikitos photos: 
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