Lacu Skete (Athos)

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SKITE AGIOU DIMITRIOU (LAKKOSKITI)
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Lakkoskiti was built in the 18th century 280m above sea level. It belongs to Agiou Pavlou monastery. On the beginning it was occupied by Serbian and later by Moldavian monks. Today there are 20 cells with a big number of Romanian monks. The main temple was built in 1899 and it is named in honor of St. Dimitrios.
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'''St. Dimitrius Lakko Skete''' is a dependency of the [[St. Paul's Monastery (Athos)|St. Paul's Monastery]] on [[Mount Athos]]. The [[skete]] was founded in the eighteenth century and was initially occupied by Serbian [[monk]]s. Later, the skete was populated by monks from Moldovia.
  
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The main [[temple]] of the skete was built in 1899 and is dedicated to [[Demetrius of Thessaloniki|St. Dimitrius]].
[http://www.mountathosinfos.gr/pages/skites/lakkoskiti.en.html Mount Athos]
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The skete is now occupied by Romanian monks who live in its twenty [[cell]]s.
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==External link==
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*[http://www.mountathosinfos.gr/pages/skites/lakkoskiti.en.html St. Dimitri Lakko Skete]
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[[Category: Monasteries]]
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[[Category: Romanian Monasteries]]
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[[Category: Athonite Monasteries]]
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[[ro:Schitul Lacu (Muntele Athos)]]

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St. Dimitrius Lakko Skete is a dependency of the St. Paul's Monastery on Mount Athos. The skete was founded in the eighteenth century and was initially occupied by Serbian monks. Later, the skete was populated by monks from Moldovia.

The main temple of the skete was built in 1899 and is dedicated to St. Dimitrius.

The skete is now occupied by Romanian monks who live in its twenty cells.

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