Monastery, Samos

Monastery, Samos

Samos Greece Monastery of Megali Panagia

Samos Greece Monastery of Megali Panagia

Samos Saint Nikolas church

Samos Saint Nikolas church

Monastery near Pythagorion.

Monastery near Pythagorion.

Monastery of Timio Stavros is located 2km Southeast of the village of Mavratzeoi next to the road and on altitude of 200 meters. In 1582, monk Neilos has founded a small church and in 1604 he and his brother Dionysios expanded it. There are frescoes, and a magnificent woodcut temple.

Monastery of Timio Stavros is located 2km Southeast of the village of Mavratzeoi next to the road and on altitude of 200 meters. In 1582, monk Neilos has founded a small church and in 1604 he and his brother Dionysios expanded it. There are frescoes, and a magnificent woodcut temple.

Monastery Panagia - Spilliani - Greece

Monastery Panagia - Spilliani - Greece

Monastery of Megali Panaghia is located two kilometers Southeast of the village of Koumaradei and on the side of the road that leads to Miloi, in a very nice environment with an altitude of 225 meters. It has a lovely view of the plain of Chora, Pythagorio and the Asia Minor coast (the mountain of Mikali). It was founded in 1586 the monks (and brothers as well) Neilos and Dionysios and it is dedicated to the Assumption. #samos #monastery #megali_panaghia #island #greece

Monastery of Megali Panaghia is located two kilometers Southeast of the village of Koumaradei and on the side of the road that leads to Miloi, in a very nice environment with an altitude of 225 meters. It has a lovely view of the plain of Chora, Pythagorio and the Asia Minor coast (the mountain of Mikali). It was founded in 1586 the monks (and brothers as well) Neilos and Dionysios and it is dedicated to the Assumption. #samos #monastery #megali_panaghia #island #greece

Samos. Monastery near Pythagorion.

Samos. Monastery near Pythagorion.

It is said that the famous mathematician Pythagoras, during water supply works in Samos around 530 BC, moderated the workers' wine drinking by inventing the 'fair cup' or 'Tantalus cup'. It has a hiden mecanism and when the wine surpasses the line, the cup totally EMPTIES, so the greedy one is punished... More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_cup

It is said that the famous mathematician Pythagoras, during water supply works in Samos around 530 BC, moderated the workers' wine drinking by inventing the 'fair cup' or 'Tantalus cup'. It has a hiden mecanism and when the wine surpasses the line, the cup totally EMPTIES, so the greedy one is punished... More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythagorean_cup

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