Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery

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Cite this page: Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos, “Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery”, in Chrysovalantis Sitsanis (ed.), Archiopedia (May 2021), p. 1, ISSN 2732-6012. DOI: To be assigned.

Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery (Greek: Ἱερὸν Ἡσυχαστήριον Ἁγίου Ματθαίου τοῦ Μυροβλήτου) is a Eastern Orthodox male monastery in Attica.

1. Geography[edit | edit source]

It is located at an elevation of 525 m. at the north-east side of the Liontari summit of Pateras mountain in Agios Georgios valley.

Ruins of the ancient town of Ereneia are located nearby.

2. History[edit | edit source]

It was founded in 2000, originally under the name All Saints and Holy Fathers Monastery.

The monks are Greek Old Calendarists.

3. Notes[edit | edit source]