Panagia Kavouradena is a historic church located on the island of Leros, Greece. The church is named after the cliff it is built on, which resembles the shape of a crow’s beak. 

The church is believed to have been built in the 7th century AD and is considered one of the most important monuments of the Byzantine era in the Dodecanese. 

The church features beautiful frescoes and icons, including a rare depiction of the Madonna lactans, which is believed to date back to the 7th century. The church’s strategic location on the cliff offers stunning views of the Aegean Sea and the surrounding landscape, making it a popular tourist destination. 

The church is also of cultural and religious significance to the locals on the island of Leros, who celebrate its feast day on September 8th with a traditional festival.