Metropolis of Mytiline

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* Miraculous [[icon]] of [[Panagia Agiasos]]
 
* Miraculous [[icon]] of [[Panagia Agiasos]]
 
* Miraculous [[icon]] of [[Archangel Michael]] of [[Archangel Michael of Mantamados|'''Mantamados''']]
 
* Miraculous [[icon]] of [[Archangel Michael]] of [[Archangel Michael of Mantamados|'''Mantamados''']]
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* Holy wonder-working Saints [[Raphael, Nicholas and Irene]]
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* Saint [[Euprepeia]] <ref>Her identity was discovered in 1931 in an ancient ruin and is unoffocially recognised since there are no records to her martyrdom.</ref>
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* Saint [[Thomayi of Lesbos]] ([[January 3]], 1204)
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* Saints Olympia and Euphrosynis ([[May 11]] - 13th century)
 
* New Martyr [[Theodora of Byzantium]]
 
* New Martyr [[Theodora of Byzantium]]
 
* Saint [[Theoctiste of the Isle of Lesbos|Theoctiste]]
 
* Saint [[Theoctiste of the Isle of Lesbos|Theoctiste]]

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The Holy Metropolis of Mytiline, Eressos and Plomariou [1] (Gr. Μυτιλήνης, Ερεσσού και Πλωμαρίου) is part of the Church of Greece

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Metropolitan

The current metropolitan is His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos III of Mytiline (Gr. ΙΑΚΩΒΟΣ Γ' Μυτιλήνης, Ερεσσού και Πλωμαρίου)

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End notes

  1. Mytiline can also be spelled Mytilene, Mitiline or Mitilene
  2. Her identity was discovered in 1931 in an ancient ruin and is unoffocially recognised since there are no records to her martyrdom.

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