Hosoviotissa Monastery, Amorgos Greece

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Joshua J. Mark
by Roland Godefroy / User: (WT-shared) Teddy at wts wikivoyage
published on 10 August 2019
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The monastery of Hosoviotissa, Chora Village, Amorgos, Greece. Built in 1017 CE and utilized to protect a religious icon from pirates. Renovated in 1088 CE and still in use in the present day. Amorgos, the easternmost isle of Cyclades, was a frequent haven for ancient pirates.

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wikivoyage, R. G. /. U. (. T. a. w. (2019, August 10). Hosoviotissa Monastery, Amorgos Greece. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/11051/hosoviotissa-monastery-amorgos-greece/

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wikivoyage, Roland Godefroy / User: (WT-shared) Teddy at wts. "Hosoviotissa Monastery, Amorgos Greece." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified August 10, 2019. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/11051/hosoviotissa-monastery-amorgos-greece/.

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wikivoyage, Roland Godefroy / User: (WT-shared) Teddy at wts. "Hosoviotissa Monastery, Amorgos Greece." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 10 Aug 2019. Web. 15 Oct 2021.