Corfu, Greece

Kremasti – The Venetian Well Square

History

Inside the Campiello quarter, the famous Kremasti square owes its name to the church of the Virgin Mary, called “Kremasti” (hung out) because of the oil lamp hung in front of a faded by now fresco of the Virgin on the church’s outer wall. In the square’s center a sculpted white marble well-trough dating from the 17th century gave it its actual name. Opposite the church a contemporary house bears typical Venetian characteristics. The square is accessed from the lower street through as set of steps covered by a wide arch.

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