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Zografou Monastery was founded in 10th century and has been inhabited by Bulgarian Orthodox monks since 13th century. Its “katholikon” (main church) is dedicated to the Great Martyr George. It house the 13th or 14th century icon of St. George the “Zografos” (ie. “painter” in Greek, because it is believed that the icon is painted by itself.
In this photo you can see its "arsanas" (small harbour)'s complex through which it communicates to other Athonite monasteries and the world outside Athos.
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