Agra (Greek: Άγρα, Turkish: Ağra) is a village on the island of Lesbos in Greece. Situated 10 kilometres from the Aegean Sea in the Kalloni prefecture, the village is dominated by livestock-farming. The region's milk is predominantly used in the production of cheese, with feta and gruyere most-commonly made.
Agra is home to the church of Saint Dimitrios and the chapels of Saint Georgios and Taxiarchis, home to ecclesiastical utensils, books and renowned xylographic iconostases.
Apothika - a port near the Gulf of Kalloni
Makara - a beach resort
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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