Madonnas of  the Aegean Sea - Season 1

Madonnas of the Aegean Sea - Season 1

Unknown - 2014
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"Madonnas of the Aegean Sea" is a documentary series that travels you to a part of the Mediterranean with long and often troubled history, full of timeless beauty and sanctified treasures. In Greek islands there are numerous temples and churches dedicated to Christianity's most beloved figure: Virgin Mary. Amongst them the Panagia of Tinos, also known as the Megalohari of Tinos (Great Grace) or Evangelistria of Tinos (Our Lady of Good Tidings), the imposing church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani (also known as the Church of 100 doors) and hundreds of other churches. A unique pilgrimage and a journey through time and history, the "Madonnas of the Aegean sea" is a documentary with an important cultural, religious and historical interest; a presentation of the main cultural concepts and values historically attributed to the evolution of the Aegean culture. The Madonnas of the Aegean Sea, majestic or humble and quiet, carved into the rock or located inside caves in rough heights, hide valuable treasures. All of them have a story to narrate, a miracle to reveal... The "Madonnas of the Aegean sea" is a journey through history and tradition of the holy sites of the Greek Archipelagos, particularly important for the Christianity.
Publisher: [United States] : White Fox : Made available through hoopla, 2014
Branch Call Number: eVideo hoopla
Characteristics: streaming video file (2 video files (ca. 67 min.)) : sd., col
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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