St Nicholas Anapafsas Monastery (Meteora)

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The '''St Nicholas Anapafsas Monastery''', also Agio Nikolaos Anapafsas, is a male [[monastery]] and is one the six active monasteries in Meteora, Greece.
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The '''St Nicholas Anapafsas Monastery''', also ''Agio Nikolaos Anapafsas'', is a male [[monastery]] and is one the six active monasteries in [[Meteora]], Greece.
  
 
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The St Nicholas Anapafsas Monastery, also Agio Nikolaos Anapafsas, is a male monastery and is one the six active monasteries in Meteora, Greece.

History

The monastery was built in the sixteenth century by Dionsious, the Metropolitan of Larissa.

The Katholikon in the monastery was painted by the Cretan iconographer Theophanis Bathas-Strelitzas.

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