Piraeus Churches & Monasteries - The Agia Triada Church in Piraeus, Greece is a prominent landmark situated in the heart of the city, providing panoramic views of the bustling port. Located at the intersection of Ethnikis Antistaseos and V. Georgios Street, this church is easily accessible to visitors. Originally established in 1839, the church was unfortunately destroyed during World War II. However, a temporary church was erected in its place and stood for 12 years. Despite objections from the Archaeological Association of Greece, the municipality persisted in its efforts to rebuild the temple. Finally, in 1956, the Agia Triada Church was reestablished and underwent restoration for the next 8 years. Today, the church stands as a testament to Piraeus' rich history and cultural heritage. When visiting Piraeus, don't miss the opportunity to explore the Agia Triada Church.

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