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Agios Ioannis at Kotronaki

<p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

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" title="" width="1024" height="768"/> <p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

<iframe width=

" title="" width="1024" height="768"/> <p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

<iframe width=

" title="" width="576" height="768"/> <p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

<iframe width=

" title="" width="1024" height="768"/> <p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

<iframe width=

" title="" width="1024" height="768"/> <p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

<iframe width=

" title="" width="1024" height="768"/> <p>Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.</p>

<p>The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos. </p>

<p>The church is a single-aisled basilica. </p>

<p>The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.</p>

<iframe width=

" title="" width="576" height="768"/>

Agios Ioannis Monastery at Kotronaki: The monastery of Agios Ioannis is located SE of the town of Skopelos at Kotronaki, which was named as such due to a rocky hill.

The church of St. John was built in the 18th c. and it belonged to the monastery of Lavra on Mount Athos.

The church is a single-aisled basilica.

The temple is very old, while among the many icons kept in the monastery there is an interesting 18th c. icon of the Ascension.