The monastery of Agios Panteleimonos or Roussikon was the first place we visited.
Pilgrims waiting for the boat to arrive at the quay of Roussikon – 27/5/2009
The Agios Panteleimon boat – 27/5/2009
Plan of the monastery
This picture is shot at number 1a of the plan: two (classical?) marble columns with Corinthian capitals, topped with bronze crosses
Nowadays there is a path between 1a and the building at nr 2 – photo thanks to Jitze
The roof of the portal with the doctor Ag. Panteleimos holding a medical instrument and a box, the Panaghia, and saints and kings
The newly painted monastery, with the double church on the top floor (D and E)
Near the double church: view from above – thanks to Jitze
The door the katholikon (3), a throne and images of Jezus and Panteleimon
Seldom seen interiour of the katholikon of Roussikon (unsharp picture, but nevertheless posted)
Overview of the courtyard / Katholikon of Roussikon – photo by Jitze
The heavy doors that protect the monastery
This ends a visit inside the monastery walls. The guys that did not see monastery before,went to see the churches, Herman and I went outside to see the ruins. Follow this blog to see the pictures of these ruins!