Metropolis of Alexandroupolis, Traianoupolis and Samothrace

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The Metropolis of Alexandroupolis, Traianoupolis and Samothrace is part of the [[Church of Greece]].
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'''Alexandroupolis, Traianoupolis and Samothrace''' is a [[metropolis]] of the [[Church of Greece]].
 
==Metropolitan==
 
==Metropolitan==
 
The current [[metropolitan]] is His Eminence [[Anthimos (Koukouridis)]] or [[Anthimos (Roussos)]] - ambiguity.
 
The current [[metropolitan]] is His Eminence [[Anthimos (Koukouridis)]] or [[Anthimos (Roussos)]] - ambiguity.
 
 
==List of Parishes==
 
==List of Parishes==
 
#Alexandroupoli
 
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==Local Saints==
 
==Local Saints==
 
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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==Sources==
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*[http://www.ecclesia.gr/ Church of Greece Website] (Greek and English)
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.imalex.gr/ Official Website] (Greek)
 
*[http://www.imalex.gr/ Official Website] (Greek)
  
 
[[Category: Dioceses]]
 
[[Category: Dioceses]]

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Alexandroupolis, Traianoupolis and Samothrace is a metropolis of the Church of Greece.

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Metropolitan

The current metropolitan is His Eminence Anthimos (Koukouridis) or Anthimos (Roussos) - ambiguity.

List of Parishes

  1. Alexandroupoli
    1. St Nicholas (Metropolitan)
    2. St Eleutherios
    3. St Kyriakis www.inakalex.gr
    4. The Transfiguration of Christ
    5. St Nektarios
    6. St Basil
    7. St Andrew
  2. Ferres
    1. Panagias Kosmosotiras
    2. St Nicholas
    3. St Alexandros
    4. Elevation of the Holy Cross (new Kosmosotiras)
  3. Ss. Anargyroi, Poros
  4. St. Demetrios, Dikella


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Monasteries

  1. Holy Monastery of Panagia of Evrou, Makris (Alexandroupolis, Greece) [1] - female convent
  2. Holy Monastery of St. John the Theologian, Aetohorio (Evrou, Greece)] [2] - male
  3. St. Athanasios ‘Alonion Samothraces’ – metochia of Iviron monastery at Mount Athos:

References

  1. Holy Monastery of Panagia of Evrou (Alexandroupolis, Greece) – in Greek with pictures.
  2. Holy Monastery of St. John the Theologian, Aetohorio (Evrou, Greece) – in Greek with pictures.

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