Panagia Galaktotrofoussa

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[[Image:Lactans_Monas.jpg|thumb|right|Monastery of Panaghia Galaktotrofoussa]]
 
The [[monastery]] of Panaghia Galaktotrofoussa is located at the confluence of the Chalikiotikos and Lepenetsiotikos Rivers, tributaries of the Acheloos River, on the road that leads to Kalarites (Thessalia, Greece). This monastery was founded in 1799 and is less known to the surrounding monasteries of the Meteora region.
 
The [[monastery]] of Panaghia Galaktotrofoussa is located at the confluence of the Chalikiotikos and Lepenetsiotikos Rivers, tributaries of the Acheloos River, on the road that leads to Kalarites (Thessalia, Greece). This monastery was founded in 1799 and is less known to the surrounding monasteries of the Meteora region.
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Revision as of 19:16, January 21, 2008

This is one of the many names given to the Virgin Mother and is the name of an icon and a monastery.

What is Galaktotrofoussa

The name means 'Virgin Lactans'.


About the monastery

Monastery of Panaghia Galaktotrofoussa

The monastery of Panaghia Galaktotrofoussa is located at the confluence of the Chalikiotikos and Lepenetsiotikos Rivers, tributaries of the Acheloos River, on the road that leads to Kalarites (Thessalia, Greece). This monastery was founded in 1799 and is less known to the surrounding monasteries of the Meteora region.



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