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Tinos

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Sunset in Tinos, Greece

Sunset in Tinos, Greece

Triadaros, Tinos Island (Cyclades), Greece

Triadaros, Tinos Island (Cyclades), Greece

Paved Alley And Arches in Steni, Tinos island, Greece

Paved Alley And Arches in Steni, Tinos island, Greece

In 1822 vond een non op het heilige eiland Tinos de Megalochari-ikoon, waar een genezende werking vanuit zou gaan. Deze wordt bewaard in de kerk Panagia Evangelistra bovenop de heuvel. Dit ikoon trekt bedevaartgangers vanuit het hele land. Tinos is daarmee het Lourdes van Griekenland. (1991)

In 1822 vond een non op het heilige eiland Tinos de Megalochari-ikoon, waar een genezende werking vanuit zou gaan. Deze wordt bewaard in de kerk Panagia Evangelistra bovenop de heuvel. Dit ikoon trekt bedevaartgangers vanuit het hele land. Tinos is daarmee het Lourdes van Griekenland. (1991)

Pyrgos , Greece

Pyrgos , Greece

Tinos island.... little alley Taverna / GREECE

Tinos island.... little alley Taverna / GREECE

Tinos Island - Greece

Tinos Island - Greece

tinos island, greece

tinos island, greece

Tinos (Greece)

Tinos (Greece)

House of bougainvillea - Tinos, Greece

House of bougainvillea - Tinos, Greece

Pyrgos

Pyrgos

Tinos , Greece

Tinos , Greece

Tinos, Greece

Tinos, Greece

Encased Our Lady of Tinos, Panagía Evangelístria Miracle Working Icon: the Virgin appeared to the nun St. Pelagia and revealed to her the place where the icon was buried. The icon is widely believed to be the source of numerous miracles...almost completely encased in silver, gold, & jewels, and is commonly referred to as the "Megalócharē" ("[She of] Great Grace") or simply the "Chárē Tēs" ("Her Grace"). The icon was at the time thought to be the handwork of St. Luke the Evangelist...

Encased Our Lady of Tinos, Panagía Evangelístria Miracle Working Icon: the Virgin appeared to the nun St. Pelagia and revealed to her the place where the icon was buried. The icon is widely believed to be the source of numerous miracles...almost completely encased in silver, gold, & jewels, and is commonly referred to as the "Megalócharē" ("[She of] Great Grace") or simply the "Chárē Tēs" ("Her Grace"). The icon was at the time thought to be the handwork of St. Luke the Evangelist...