1137 – book in Dutch: Pelgrim op Athos, de Heilige Berg by Vasilis Ch. Stergioulis

Pilgrim op Athos Heilige berg boek 2010
This book, originally written in Greek in 1985 by the theologian Vasilis Ch. Stergioulis, is translated in Dutch in 2009 by Emiel-André Vanrysselberghe, and recently published. The title in Greek is: Pilgrim op Athos Heilige berg boek 2010 greek title

More about the book (in Dutch) on this site.
Wim Voogd, 8/11

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4 Responses to 1137 – book in Dutch: Pelgrim op Athos, de Heilige Berg by Vasilis Ch. Stergioulis

  1. George F Australia says:

    I suspect that the first painting is of St. Andrews Skete (Sarai). My assumption is based on how the bell tower is depicted, in size and appearance.
    The second painting I also suspect is of the original cell that once stood in the courtyard of St. Andrews Skete (Sarai)before the large buildings were built. My assumption is based on an old photo I saw on Giannis blog page(http://agioritikesmnimes.pblogs.gr/)
    which looks very much like this painting.
    Finally, I wish Herman, Wim and all of the readers a Happy Easter.
    George Frangos.

  2. George F Australia says:

    Sorry I forgot to mention that the church shown in the painting is depicted identically to the old church directly in front of St. Andrews church in the inner courtyard of St. Andrews Skete. I think the church is dedicated to St. Anthony??

  3. George F Australia says:

    This is the link to the picture I mentioned regarding painting no. 2

  4. stelios says:

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