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Convent of Our Lady of Saydnaya

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Many other churches have been built in the village from donations of Orthodox rulers, wealthy persons, and by others in the fulfillment of vows, but in the course of centuries, few remain.
The terraces and domes of the convent are the subject of many stories and accounts of miracles, similar to those we hear about the towers of Constantinople, where many special processions and intercessions were celebrated during the wars, plagues, and other dangers that assailed the Christians of Byzantium. <ref> Reprinted from THE WORD; May, 1984, pp. 8-9 </ref/== Saidnaya ==The city of Saidnaya is closely associated to ancient ecclesiastical history from within the [[Holy Bible]]. It is considered by many scholars to be second in importance to Jerusalem and pilgrims from all over the world visit.  == Icon of Our Lady of Sadnaya =={{stub}}
== The Miracle in Syria ==
*[http://www.ethnikoi.org/drpanagia.htm "Panagia the Surgeon"] (Greek and English) - From the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulcher, Patriarchate of Jerusalem. By Father Ignatios, Abbot, Holy Monastery of The Shepherds Bt Ahur-Bethlehem and compiled by Archimandrite Nektarios Serfes, Boise, Idaho USA.
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