Church of St. Giovanni Crisostomo

Crisostomo (Also known as “ San Giovanello”).Inside are clearly visible the “prosthesis” and “diaconicon” and a tank fed by rainwater. The church has two doors, one for the faithful and one that communicates with the adjacent monastery. In the 90’s of the twentieth-century it was raised to Byzantine church and directly linked to the Greek-Orthodox Metropolitan of Italy. Like all Byzantine churches the apse faces to the east.