Panagia tou Harou

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Icon of Panagia tou Harou

History

In the 1940s, a maiden was praying to the "Panagia tou Harou" icon (The Virgin Mary of Haron). Her prayers were met, so she placed a simple bouquet of lilies on the icon. The lilies withered and remained on the icon. The following year, the lilies blossomed and gave off a fragrance on August 23rd, the anniversary date. Since then, every year on this day, the lilies blossom and give off a fragrance

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