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A man looks at the view above Rousanou Monastery, Meteora, Thessaly, Greece Featured Meteora Print

A man looks at the view above Rousanou Monastery, Meteora, Thessaly, Greece

© Tim Mannakee/ AWL Images Ltd

Awl, Balkans, Boulders, Byzantine, Byzantium, Central Greece, Cliffs, Clifftop, Eastern Europe, Elevated View, Europe, European, Greece, Greek, Greek Orthodox Church, Hanging, Holy Monastery Of Rousanou, Kalampaka, Landscape, Mainland Greece, Mist, Monasteries, Monastery, Monk, Mountain, Mountains, One Person, Religious Building, Rousanou Monastery, Scenery, Unesco World Heritage Site, View, Viewpoint

Great Meteoron and Varlaam monasteries Featured Meteora Print

Great Meteoron and Varlaam monasteries

The two largest monasteries of the Meteora in Greece. They were built as refuges on sandstone pinnacles and cliffs. Great Meteoron (at the back on the left) was founded in the mid 15th century and Varlaam a hundred years later

© Copyright John Phillips 2016

1980 1989, 514141996, Archival, Black And White, Famous Place, Greece, Horizontal, Kalambaka, No People, Photography, Rock Formation, Sandstone, Thessaly, Tranquility, Travel Destinations, Unesco World Heritage Site

The monastery of Rousanos Featured Meteora Print

The monastery of Rousanos

The monastery of Rousanos in the region of Meteora in Central Greece.These huge monoliths are a very rare geological phenomenon.During the period between 11th and 14th century, on the top of these rocks, the Greek monks built 24 monasteries, in order to be protected from the bandits and pirates. Until the 20th century, monks, pilgrims and supplies reached the monastery only by means of rope-ladders or by a big basket coming up and down by a winch mechanism manipulated by the monks on top