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Nea Moni Monastery, Chios

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  • this monastry is ontop of the mountain and place where you step into another world. We were there on a Sunday (the museum is closed on Monday) during mass and enjoyed wandering around the area. The mu...  more »
  • We arrived as a special mass and procession was happening. Beautiful setting a great place to paint and just sit on a step for a bit.  more »
  • One of the best monasteries to visit in Chios island. Well kept and in function. It has a nice history behind.  more »
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  • A beautiful monastery, however it was closed at first when we got there in the afternoon... It opened up half a hour later when we finally got to go in. The history and stories of the monetary were lovely, but there isn't a lot to see. Reasonably you can see it all within an hour. However the scene around the monetary is gorgeous. For a free sight totally worth it, even if you need to go out of your way for it.
  • A bird's nest calmly perched over a mighty mountain overlooking Asia Minor
  • Is the epifanestero monument of medieval times. Has the worldwide and exceptional art mosaics, and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site
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  • Unique mosaic, donated by the Byzantine autocrats in the 11 century.
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  • To bad my fanike status
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