Metropolis of Drama

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The [[diocese|metropolis]] is located in northern Greece and is bordered on the north by Bulgaria.
 
The [[diocese|metropolis]] is located in northern Greece and is bordered on the north by Bulgaria.
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==Monasteries in the metropolis==
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*Monastery of Panagia Eikosifinissa (female)
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*Monastery of the Ascension of Our Lord (female)
  
 
==Metropolitan==
 
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The radio program of Didimoticho, Orestias and Soufli is called «Order of the Apostle Andrew». and is on the 90,8 FM for the region of Orestias and Didimotichoand on 98,0 FM for the region of Trigono and 98,0 FM for the region of Alexandroupoli and the remainder of Thrace.  
 
The radio program of Didimoticho, Orestias and Soufli is called «Order of the Apostle Andrew». and is on the 90,8 FM for the region of Orestias and Didimotichoand on 98,0 FM for the region of Trigono and 98,0 FM for the region of Alexandroupoli and the remainder of Thrace.  
 
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==See also==
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[[George (Karslidis) of Drama]]
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==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
*The Metropolis of Drama [http://www.imdramas.gr/ Official Website] (Greek)  
 
*The Metropolis of Drama [http://www.imdramas.gr/ Official Website] (Greek)  

Revision as of 15:48, February 2, 2011

The Metropolis of Drama is one of the metropolises of the New Lands in Greece that are within the jurisdiction of the Church of Constantinople but de facto are administered for practical reasons as part of the Church of Greece under an agreement between the churches of Athens and Constantinople.

The metropolis is located in northern Greece and is bordered on the north by Bulgaria.

Contents

Monasteries in the metropolis

  • Monastery of Panagia Eikosifinissa (female)
  • Monastery of the Ascension of Our Lord (female)

Metropolitan

His Eminence Metropolitan Paul (Apostolidis) of Drama was born in 1963 in Verroia. He was consecrated to the throne on October 5, 2005.

Former hierarchs

  1. Chrysostomos 1902-1910
  2. Agathangelos 1910-1922
  3. Laurentios 1922-1928
  4. Basilios 1931-1941
  5. George 1942-1958
  6. Philip 1958-1964
  7. Dionysios (Kyratsos) 1965-2005

See also

George (Karslidis) of Drama

Sources

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