Built: 16th century — restored in 1912.
Religious denomination: The Greek Orthodox Church
The name Agia Dynamis refers to the Virgin Mary and was given to the church so that all pregnant Athenian women would give birth to strong children.
A 50-foot tunnel was discovered under the church connecting it to a large cave system that some say reaches to the Acropolis and the Kaisariani Monastery on the north side of Mount Hymettus.
Photos taken by Luke Cabading.