Mt Lycabettus church slapped with fine

Mt Lycabettus church slapped with fine

The city planning department of the Municipality of Athens has imposed a fine of 1.26 million euros on the Church of Agios Isidoros on Lycabettus Hill in central Athens for illegal expansion into a forest area with arbitrary constructions. The chapel, which dates back to the 1930s, was built on the ruins of a post-Byzantine church. It is located on the west side of Lycabettus, facing the Kolonaki district.

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