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Places of Worship

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The central church of a settlement is dedicated to the community’s Patron Saint. The Church is the  symbolic focal point around which all social activities unfold. It is also the place where ceremonies related to important life events take place (e.g. birth, marriage and death). The Church is a place of reference where one seeks self-assurance especially for former emigrants who come together every summer for the village festival which  takes place in the churchyard.

Meanwhile, the chapels symbolically mark  the boundaries of communal space. The chapel’s  usually form an invisible circle that marks the border between the wild and the human environment. At the same time this invisible borderline symbolically prevents the entrance of evil in all its different variants (disease, epidemic, war). Similar to the water fountains, the chapels are usually found at obvious spots so they can easily serve as orientation points. In some cases shrines take  the role of chapels. These are built at the entrance point of the settlement and sometimes they are oriented towards the four points of the horizon. Their position is symbolic as  they define the  arrival and departure point of the ιmigrants.[1].

[1].Arapoglou Mihalis, The Residential Geography of Epirus, Technical Chamber of Greece, Prefecture of Epirus, 2005, p 56-57.