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Places of worship (12)


Holy Church of "Koimesis of Virgin"


Church of the Dormition of the Virgin (Koimesis Theotokou)

Tel: +30 24320 22752
  The Holy church of "Koimesis", situated North-East of the municipality of Kalambaka, was the old cathedral of the Bishopric Stagoi.
  The church is a spacious basilica with nave which rises higher than the two aisles. It was built probably in the 10th or 11th century, on the remains of an early - christian basilica. Part of the floor mosaic is saved, while material from the early byzantine ambo has been used to firm the new one of marble, in the centre of the church. From the old church comes the ciborium of marble and the synthronon. The wall paintings of the church date from 12th to 17th century.
  The monument has been restored and the frescoes (part of them;) conserved.
  Nowadays it is used as a church.


Roussanou Monastery

METEORA (Area of exceptional beauty) TRIKALA
Tel: +30 24320 22649

Monastery of the Great Meteoro

Tel: +30 24320 22278

Varlaam Monastery

Tel: +30 24320 22277

Monastery of Agia Trias (Holy Trinity) at Meteora

Tel: +30 24320 22220

The Holy Trinity Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox monastery situated at the top of a rocky precipice over 400 metres high and forms part of 24 monasteries which were originally built at Meteora, one of the oldest still existing of the Meteora monasteries. Six of the 24 monasteries are still active and open to visitors.

The church was constructed between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and is included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites titled Meteora.

The monastery was featured in the 1981 James Bond film, For Your Eyes Only.

Monastery of Ypapanti at Meteora

Candlemas monastery is belonged to the Great Meteoron monastery. It is a ruinned monastery, which has been restored partially and is available for visit under some certain conditions.

The monk Neilos, is recorded in relevant documents and inscriptions as the founder of the monastery in the years 1366-7.

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