Monastery of Kechrovouniou (Tinos, Greece)

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The holy '''Monastery of Kechrovouniou''' is situated on the island of [[w:Tinos|Tinos]], near the village of ''[[w:Steni|Steni]]'', [[w:Greece|Greece]]. It is very close to the remarkable Monastery of St. Anthony and is dedicated to the ''Koimisis tis Theotokos'' (the Assumption).
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The holy '''Monastery of Kechrovouniou''' is situated on the island of [[w:Tinos|Tinos]], near the village of ''[[w:Steni|Steni]]'', [[w:Greece|Greece]]. It is very close to the Monastery of St. Anthony and is dedicated to the ''Koimisis tis Theotokos'' (the Assumption).
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
According to tradition, three sisters shared the same dream which was to construct this monastery; so the monastery was founded sometime in the 10th or 11th century. In 1822, St. [[Pelagia of Tinos]] ([[July 23]]) had a dream of a place, where a [[Panagia Evangelistria]] type [[icon]] was found, now known as the [[Panagia of Tinos]].
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According to tradition, three sisters shared the same dream which was to construct this [[monastery]]; so the monastery was founded sometime in the 10th or 11th century. In 1822, St. [[Pelagia of Tinos]] ([[July 23]]) had a dream of a place where a [[Panagia Evangelistria]] type [[icon]] was found, now known as the [[Panagia of Tinos]].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 13:04, April 1, 2011

The holy Monastery of Kechrovouniou is situated on the island of Tinos, near the village of Steni, Greece. It is very close to the Monastery of St. Anthony and is dedicated to the Koimisis tis Theotokos (the Assumption).

History

According to tradition, three sisters shared the same dream which was to construct this monastery; so the monastery was founded sometime in the 10th or 11th century. In 1822, St. Pelagia of Tinos (July 23) had a dream of a place where a Panagia Evangelistria type icon was found, now known as the Panagia of Tinos.

See also

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