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Cave of Apocalypse, Patmos
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Reviews
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  • Historical place that you should not miss should you find yourself in Patmos. The place where St. John revealed "Apocalypsis" 
  • From the approach to the cave their are lovely views, we were only able to pay a fairly short visit to the chapel as there was a service being held. There was a lovely atmosphere in the cave especiall...  more »
  • If you are visiting the Monastery of St. John, do not forget to also visit the Cave of Apocalypse. It can be difficult to enter the cave if there are groups visiting but it's worth the visit. When we ...  more »
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  • cool to see the place where John received revelation from God.
  • Wonderful, spiritual, simply beautiful.
  • Marvellous place. Deserves the Unesco World Heritage Site nomination. Don't forget to visit the monastery.
  • I had returned to my birthplace Cyprus after 60 years in England. My friend, the bank Manager there, said to me we are making a cruise of the 5 main Greek islands, and it includes the island of Patmos where the Apostle John, beloved of Jesus, spent his last days and wrote the Apocalypse, the book of Revelation as brought to him by the Holy Angel. We visited the actual cave he had hidden in from the pirates who frequently raided the island, up in the mountain where there is the monastery that also has manuscripts written in his blood when he ran out of ink, and which I actually saw. The thing that struck me entering the cave, which is cracked in its ceiling in three deep grooves that look like a Y, was that this was indeed our Lord had blessed with His visit, and the writings of the prophesy in the final days we now live in, the Apocalypse, is indeed a blessing to me which I never thought would happen in my lifetime, but only materialised through the blessing of my Lord and Saviour who made it possible for me. No doubt in my mind that this was indeed a revelation. Go and visit it to understand how man can touch God, and be greatful through your faith for His great gift to us.
  • If you are religious, this is such an unique place to see. I felt very emotional of being in a place where an apostle lived!