Panagia Phaneromene

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'''Panagia Phaneromene''' (Gr. Revealed)
 
'''Panagia Phaneromene''' (Gr. Revealed)
  
 
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==History of the icon==
 
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==Churches==
 
==Churches==
 
* The Chapel of Panagia Pheneromeni (Chalkidiki,Greece) ''- a white washed chapel with a tile roof part of the dependency of the Flamouri Monastery. It is built on the shore of a beach on the road leading to Nea Skioni. The chapel houses some amazing frescoes that date back to the 16th century.''
 
* The Chapel of Panagia Pheneromeni (Chalkidiki,Greece) ''- a white washed chapel with a tile roof part of the dependency of the Flamouri Monastery. It is built on the shore of a beach on the road leading to Nea Skioni. The chapel houses some amazing frescoes that date back to the 16th century.''
 
* The church of the Blessed Virgin Phaneromeni (Corfu island, Greece)
 
* The church of the Blessed Virgin Phaneromeni (Corfu island, Greece)
 
:''On a little square on the corner of Nickiphorou Theotoki street stands this little church dedicated to the Phaneromeni. It was founded in 1689 and was, for a long time, the parish church for the Community of Greeks from Epiros. This church is also commonly called the 'Virgin of Strangers' (Panagia ton Xenon).''<ref>[http://www.corfuxenos.gr/hl/churches-town.htm]<ref/>
 
:''On a little square on the corner of Nickiphorou Theotoki street stands this little church dedicated to the Phaneromeni. It was founded in 1689 and was, for a long time, the parish church for the Community of Greeks from Epiros. This church is also commonly called the 'Virgin of Strangers' (Panagia ton Xenon).''<ref>[http://www.corfuxenos.gr/hl/churches-town.htm]<ref/>
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* Phaneromeni [http://www.pbase.com/dawnb/image/18139628/ Church] (Nicosia, Cyprus) - ''This used to be the largest church in Nicosia. The church was built in 1872 and there is a large marble mausoleum to the east of the church containing the relics of Bishops and priests executed by the Turks in 1821.''
 
* Phaneromeni [http://www.pbase.com/dawnb/image/18139628/ Church] (Nicosia, Cyprus) - ''This used to be the largest church in Nicosia. The church was built in 1872 and there is a large marble mausoleum to the east of the church containing the relics of Bishops and priests executed by the Turks in 1821.''
 
* Church of Panagia the Phaneromeni (Skopelos island, Greece) ''- built at the beginning of the 18th century. It was first used as a monastery dependant on the monastery of [[Monastery of Dionysiou (Athos)|Agios Dionysios]] of [[Mount Athos]].''
 
* Church of Panagia the Phaneromeni (Skopelos island, Greece) ''- built at the beginning of the 18th century. It was first used as a monastery dependant on the monastery of [[Monastery of Dionysiou (Athos)|Agios Dionysios]] of [[Mount Athos]].''
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* Phaneromeni monastery, Petrovouni, Messinia (Peloponnese, Greece)
 
* Phaneromeni monastery, Petrovouni, Messinia (Peloponnese, Greece)
  
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Revision as of 00:06, February 1, 2008

Panagia Phaneromene (Gr. Revealed)

Churches

  • The Chapel of Panagia Pheneromeni (Chalkidiki,Greece) - a white washed chapel with a tile roof part of the dependency of the Flamouri Monastery. It is built on the shore of a beach on the road leading to Nea Skioni. The chapel houses some amazing frescoes that date back to the 16th century.
  • The church of the Blessed Virgin Phaneromeni (Corfu island, Greece)
On a little square on the corner of Nickiphorou Theotoki street stands this little church dedicated to the Phaneromeni. It was founded in 1689 and was, for a long time, the parish church for the Community of Greeks from Epiros. This church is also commonly called the 'Virgin of Strangers' (Panagia ton Xenon).Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag
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