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#Holy Monastery of the Birth of the Theotokos "Zourvas" (Hydra,Greece)
#Holy Monastery of the Birth of the Theotokos "Zourvas" (Hydra,Greece)
==Local saints==
== Saints and monastics ==
* St. '''[[Nektarios of Aegina]]''' and Pentapoleos
Image:Nektarios.jpg|St. '''[[Nektarios of Aegina|Nektarios]]''', Archbishop of Aegina and Pentapoleos
Image:Elder_Ieronymos_Patmos.jpg|Blessed Elder [[Ieronymos of Aegina]]
* Apostle Krispos
* Apostle Krispos
* St. Leontios
* St. Leontios

Revision as of 03:18, April 30, 2008

Metropolis of Hydra, Spetses and Aegina is part of the Church of Greece.

This article is marked as in progress by Vasiliki, who is actively developing it. It has yet to achieve a stable or complete form and is currently being worked on. Please carefully consider before making major edits to this article.


The Metropolitan of Hydra, Spetses and Aegina is His Eminence, Ephraim (Stenakis), who was born in 1948 in Kypselis of Aegina. The date of his consecration is January 14, 2001.


This metropolis is divided into seven regions.


  1. Holy Monastery of the Zoodohos Pigis (Poros,Greece)
  2. Holy Monastery of the Prophet Elias (Hydra, Greece)
  3. Holy Monastery of the Holy Trinity (Hydra, Greece)
  4. Holy Monastery of the Dormition of the Theotokos Chrysoleontissis (Aegina, Greece)
  5. Holy Monastery of Ss. Anargyroi (Ermionis, Greece)
  6. Holy Monastery of All Saints (Spetses, Greece)
  7. Holy Monastery of St. Eupraxias "Dokou", (Hydra, Greece)
  8. Holy Monastery of the Birth of the Theotokos "Zourvas" (Hydra,Greece)

Saints and monastics

  • Apostle Krispos
  • St. Leontios
  • St. Leonidas the Troizinios
  • St. Julios and Julianos
  • St. Athanasia
  • St. Theodora
  • St. Theopisti
  • St. Lukas the Stiriotis
  • St. Dionysios of Aegina
  • St. Makarios of Corinth
  • St. Constantinos the Hydra
  • Three Neo-martyrs from Spetses
  • St Savvas of Kalymnos

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