Corfu, Greece

Annunziata Square

The Annunziata square is one of the most central areas in the old town, a landmark by itself as it is practically in the middle of the main shopping areas on either side. Named after the important Venetian church and monastery of the Annunciation built in 1394, it contained the tombs of notables that were killed in the naval battle of Lepanto in 1571. Totally demolished by the German bombardment of 1943, only its belfry and main entrance wall are still standing, the latter unfortunately hidden by shops built in front of it at a later time.

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