Metropolis of Kythira

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*St. [[Theodore of Korinth]] ([[May 12]], 922) - his relics were found on Kythira and in 1630 Bishop Athanasius (Valerianos) of Kythira founded a church in honour of this saint.
 
*St. [[Theodore of Korinth]] ([[May 12]], 922) - his relics were found on Kythira and in 1630 Bishop Athanasius (Valerianos) of Kythira founded a church in honour of this saint.
 
== Churches, Monasteries and Chapels ==
 
== Churches, Monasteries and Chapels ==
Ανδρικές μονές: 1) Οσίου Θεοδώρου (τηλ. 27360-33673). 2) Αγίας Μόνης Ελπίδος της Παναγίας(τηλ. 27360-33251). 3) Αγ. Ελέσσης.
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'''Male Monasteries'''
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#The Holy Monastery of St. Theodore of Korinth
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#The Holy Monastery of Hope of the Virgin Mary
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#The Holy Monastery of St. Elessa of Kythira
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== Monuments ==
 
== Monuments ==
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

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The Holy Metropolis of Kythira and Antikythera (Gr:Κύθηρα, Cythera, Kythera) is under the jurisdiction of the Church of Greece.

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Diocese

Panagia Myrtidiotissa

For more information, see main article: Panagia Myrtidiotissa

The Holy icon of Panagia Myrtidiotissa (The Virgin of the Myrtle Tree) was found by a sheperd in c. 1160. A monastery has been founded in that exact location and the icon and monastery celebrate August 15.

Local Saints

Churches, Monasteries and Chapels

Male Monasteries

  1. The Holy Monastery of St. Theodore of Korinth
  2. The Holy Monastery of Hope of the Virgin Mary
  3. The Holy Monastery of St. Elessa of Kythira

Monuments

See also

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