Agion Oros – Άγιον Όρος

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  1. Megisti Lavra: Founded in the 10th century, it is one of the oldest and most prominent monasteries on Athos.
  2. Vatopedi: Known for its extensive library and significant collection of Byzantine manuscripts.
  3. Iviron: Famous for its ancient icons and relics, including a purported piece of the True Cross.
  4. Hilandar: A Serbian monastery with a rich history and cultural heritage.
  5. Dionysiou: Known for its impressive frescoes and icons.
  6. Koutloumousiou: Has a distinct architectural style and houses a valuable collection of manuscripts.
  7. Pantokratoros: Known for its beautiful garden and vibrant frescoes.
  8. Xenophontos: Named after the philosopher Xenophon, it’s known for its serene atmosphere.
  9. Zografou: Known for its distinctive frescoes and for being a Bulgarian monastery.
  10. Dochiariou: Contains an important collection of relics and icons.
  11. Karakallou: Known for its remarkable icons and the unique “Karakallou Epitaphios.”
  12. Philotheou: Dedicated to the Ascension of Jesus Christ.
  13. Simonopetra: Known for its breathtaking clifftop location and skilled choir.
  14. St. Paul’s: Founded in honor of the Apostle Paul.
  15. Stavronikita: Has a distinctive cross-shaped church.
  16. Xeropotamou: Known for its beautiful frescoes and well-maintained buildings.
  17. Grigoriou: Known for its library and collection of manuscripts.
  18. Esphigmenou: Known for its strict and traditional practices.
  19. St. Panteleimon’s: Dedicated to Saint Panteleimon, the patron saint of physicians.
  20. Konstamonitou: Named after its founder, Konstantinos and his mother, Moni.