The Prophet Elias Chapel is located in the village of Agridia in the Limassol district and more specifically it is situated on the peak of the Prophet Elias Mountain.

The chapel was built at the end of the 20th century in 1996. The completion of the chapel took place on the 22nd of September in 1996, while its inauguration occurred two years later on the 18th of July 1998.

It is a small chapel of byzantine rhythm with murals in its interior and exterior, as well as a paved courtyard. It must be mentioned that the location in which the chapel was built, used to be the area where the villagers celebrated Easter Monday and it has always been a worshipping area. The chapel of Prophet Elias was built with donations given by the villagers.

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