Surrender yourself to the mysticism and tranquility of the island of The Apocalypse Grandeur and serenity. That’s what you feel when you enter the streets of Hora and the monastery. For many years, during Orthodox Easter and all summer long, Patmos has been frequented by intellectuals, artists, royalty and celebrities from all over the world. Small and secluded yet spectacular all the same, it is the island of The Apocalypse, “The Jerusalem of the Aegean”, and has a deep relationship with religion. Mystical experiences await you here in the Dodecanese: In the dark cave where St John the Divine wrote the book of Revelation, the Monastery of St John the Theologian, and the labyrinthine streets of Hora with its impressive aristocratic homes. Visit and discover an island-monument that Unesco has declared a World Heritage Site.
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Cave of the Apocalypse and the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian,Patmos
The monastery of st John the evangelist and the Cave of the Apocalypse where the Apostle received the revelation constitute a major centre of monastic life for the orthodox world.