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Meteora Monasteries – Greece Travel Guide

Meteora Monasteries - Greece Travel Guide

Meteora Monasteries – Greece Travel Guide



Take a tour of Meteora Monasteries in Greece — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.

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Their name in Greek means “suspended in air” and is an accurate moniker for these monasteries.

The Meteora Monasteries are an exceptional complex of eastern Orthodox monastic dwellings.

There are six structures, all built on sheer rocky cliffs in Central Greece.

Hermits and monks have lived in the monasteries for more than a thousand years, distanced from the world.

It’s easy to see how the monks may have felt God’s presence in this place.

Previously accessible only by ropes and baskets, there are now steps available for visitors.

With good timing, it’s possible to see all of the Meteora Monasteries in one day.

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Their name in Greek means “suspended in air” and is an accurate moniker for these monasteries.

The Meteora Monasteries are an exceptional complex of Eastern Orthodox monastic dwellings.

There are six structures, all built on sheer rocky cliffs in Central Greece.

Hermits and monks have lived in the monasteries for more than 1000 years, distanced from the world.

It’s easy to see how the monks may have felt God’s presence in this place.

Previously accessible only by ropes and baskets, there are now steps available for visitors.

With good timing, it’s possible to see all of the Meteora Monasteries in one day.

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“Meteora Monasteries – Greece Travel Guide” hakkında 4 yorum

  1. Yes i have been to Meteora many times.But as many times as i might visit the place I feel the words in any language are very poor to describe the beauty

  2. Visit Meteora

    These immense, solid rocks, split by earthquakes, weathered by water and wind over millions of years, are nature’s authentic masterpiece. Emerging about 25 million years ago as the elevated seabed material that was the outcome of strong tectonic movements..

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