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.

[edit] 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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