East Church, Apollonia
Latitude: 32.902287, Longitude: 21.970904
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- East Church, Apollonia forms part of Susah
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Church built approximately in the V century AD and excavated in 1922. It shows a three-aisled nave with transept at the East end, and a single apse. Traces of the mosaic floor are still visible; Kenrick, site plan 19