Fodor's Expert Review Timios Stavros Monastery

Sangri Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The name Sangri is a corruption of Sainte Croix, which is what the French called the town's 16th-century monastery of Timios Stavros. The town is actually three small villages spread across a plateau. During the Turkish occupation, the monastery served as an illegal school, where children met secretly to learn the Greek language and culture.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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Sangri, Naxos  Greece

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