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The Greek Orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour

Believed to originate in either the 12th or 13th Century, the Greek Orthodox Church is a Grade II listed building in Welling.

The Greek Orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour

Christ the Saviour was originally in the parish church of St Michael, is made of brick, rubble and flint and has a 'prominent bellcote' (a shelter for a bell) at the west end.

Traces of medieval murals are still visible and there is a gothic style window in the chancel (area for the clergy or choir).

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