Holy Trinity Monastery (Meteora)

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'''Holy Trinity Monastery''' or Agia Triada Monatery at Meteora, Greece was founded in the fifteenth century by the [[monk]] Dometius. The [[monastery]] is one of six functioning monasteries in Meteora.
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'''Holy Trinity Monastery''' or Agia Triada Monatery at [[Meteora]], Greece, was founded in the fifteenth century by the [[monk]] Dometius. The [[monastery]] is one of six functioning monasteries in Meteora.
  
Entrance to the monastery is by climbing 140 steps cut into the pinnacle rock. The wall painting in the monastery were done by the brothers Antonios and Nikolaos in the eighteenth century.  
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Entrance to the monastery is gained by climbing 140 steps cut into the pinnacle rock. The wall paintings in the monastery were done by the brothers Antonios and Nikolaos in the eighteenth century.  
  
 
==External link==
 
==External link==
*[http://www.greecetravel.com/meteora/monasteries.html   Meteora: Monasteries]
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*[http://www.greecetravel.com/meteora/monasteries.html Meteora: Monasteries]
  
 
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Holy Trinity Monastery or Agia Triada Monatery at Meteora, Greece, was founded in the fifteenth century by the monk Dometius. The monastery is one of six functioning monasteries in Meteora.

Entrance to the monastery is gained by climbing 140 steps cut into the pinnacle rock. The wall paintings in the monastery were done by the brothers Antonios and Nikolaos in the eighteenth century.

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