Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery

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Cite this page: Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos, “Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery”, Archiopedia / Αρχειοπαίδεια (May 2021), p. 194 (revision #-), ISSN 2732-6012. DOI: To be assigned.

Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery (Greek: Ἱερὸν Ἡσυχαστήριον Ἁγίου Ματθαίου τοῦ Μυροβλήτου) is a Eastern Orthodox male monastery in Attica.

1. Geography

It is located at an elevation of 525 m. at the north-east side of the Liontari summit of Pateras mountain in Agios Georgios valley.

Ruins of the ancient town of Ereneia are located nearby.

2. History

It was founded in 2000, originally under the name All Saints and Holy Fathers Monastery.

The monks are Greek Old Calendarists.

3. Notes