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  Patmos
Patmos is in the route between Rome and Ephesus.
Patmos is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese islands lying between Icaria and Samos to the north, Leipsoi to the east, and Leros to the south.
The terrain of Patmos is mountainous, volcanic and rocky.
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 Patmos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Patmos (Greek, Πάτμος) is a small Greek island in the Aegean Sea.
The churches and communities on Patmos are of the Eastern Orthodox tradition.
Patmos was captured by Italians in 1912 during the Turco-Italian War.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Patmos   (653 words)

  
 Isle that is called Patmos
The name Patmos, it is generally believed, derives from the word Latmos, which is the name of a mountain of Caria, a country situated across the island in Asia Minor where the goddess Diane (Artemis), was particularly adored.
In the simplest of terms, Patmos is one element in the satanic strategy to stack the deck against the advancement and related influence of apostolic ministry.
At Patmos, the apostolic ministry and thereby the church is reinvigorated, inspired and driven by a God-given, fresh and greater revelation of the Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.
www.apostle.org /lectures/patmos.htm   (2481 words)

  
 Patmos yacht charters and sailing holidays holidays in Patmos, Dodecanese
Patmos and its neighbours form an ideal tranquil yacht charter area, close to charter bases in Kos or Samos.
Patmos forms - together with the smaller islands Lipso, Arki, Agathonisi and Pharmakonisi - the most northern group of islands in the Dodecanese, and is a rugged island of volcanic origin - perhaps the rim of an ancient caldera.
Patmos was originally settled by Dorians and later by Ionians, and had a Sanctuary of Artemis.
www.sailingissues.com /greekislands/patmos.html   (431 words)

  
 ----- The Dodecanesian Island of Patmos -----
The "Jerusalem of the Aegean" is one way of describing Patmos or Patnos, as it was referred to in one 5th century inscription.
Thus the holy monastery of Patmos was built, the most important landmark on the island.
Patmos, situated between Leros and Ikaria, is a mountainous island with rocky soil and an abundance of small coves.
www.dilos.com /region/dodecan/patmos.html   (358 words)

  
 Patmos Hotels Greece, Patmos Hotel Apartments, Accommodation, Car Rental, Travel Agents, Map of Patmos Island Greece
Patmos, the island of the Holy Grotto of the Apocalypse, is a small island belonging to the Dodecanese cluster.
Skala is the port and capital town of Patmos Island and is the busiest settlement on the island.
Patmos is considered a holy island, where the exiled St. John the Theologian found refuge and wrote the Apocalypse.
www.united-hellas.com /tourism/dodecanese/patmos/index.php   (1240 words)

  
 Patmos: Your travel guide to explore Patmos Greece   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Patmos, one of the smallest inhabited islands of the Aegean, Patmos is incredibly beautiful.
Patmos is the island where Saint John the Theologian, while exiled there, had a vision and in 1995 the 1900 years - since the writing of his Apocalypse (Revelation) - were commemorated.
Patmos island, which has kept its ancient name, today has become a place of pilgrimage and a the throng of faithful flock to supplicate and relish the spiritual heritage of this sacred island and also to admire and enjoy its beauty and serenity.
www.patmosguide.net   (216 words)

  
 Patmos, Hotels, restaurants, taverns, travel agencies, history
Patmos is thought of as a one of the most spectacular islands due to its incredible wild beauty, that is spread throughout the island.
The island of Patmos other than being a holy place for many worshippers, is available for uniquely glamorous, unforgettable holidays at its picturesque settlements, gulfs and capes.
The caves of Patmos are sensationally impressive: the most important is the Cave of the Apocalypse with 6.60 m length and 5.50 m width, followed by the cave of Kinopa, Apollo, the cave of Arapi, Sikamia, Aliki, Fournakia Foko.
www.greek-tourism.gr /patmos/indexuk.htm   (1191 words)

  
 Holy Grotto of the Revelation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
During the period of Roman rule the island fell into decline, the population decreased, and the island was used as a place of banishment for criminals and political and religious troublemakers.
The eastern Christian empire of Byzantium exercised control over the isle of Patmos and in the 4th century the ancient shrine of the goddess Diana was torn down.
Left deserted after these raids, Patmos next entered history in 1088 when a Byzantine emperor granted the island to the monk Christodolous, whose intention it was to establish a monastery.
www.sacredsites.com /europe/greece/patmos.html   (758 words)

  
 Patmos Nanotechnologies, LLC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Patmos Nanotechnologies is a unique blend of private sector financing and business experience coupled with some of the leading scientific minds in the world.
Patmos Nanotechnologies, LLC is one of but a few nanotechnology firms that is not aligned with a single university and that is for a good reason.
Patmos management prefers to work with multiple universities, government and private labs, and individual scientist who each bring a unique set of talents and capabilities into partnership with Patmos.
www.patmosnanotech.com   (168 words)

  
 The Island Called Patmos by Ferrell Jenkins. Biblicalstudies.info, BibleWorld.com.
John was in the island called Patmos toward the end of the first century (Rev. 1:9).
Patmos is a rocky island off the west coast of Asia Minor in the Aegean Sea, about 37 miles southwest of Miletus.
Patmos has been a part of Greece since 1947, and may be reached by boat from Piraeus, Samos, Kos, or Rhodes.
www.bibleworld.com /Patmos/patmos.htm   (477 words)

  
 Patmos island: Patmos information - Patmos holidays - Dodecanese, Greece
Known as the Jerusalem of the Aegean, Patmos island is the holy island of Christians, where the Apocalypse of St. John was written.
Patmos is a spectacular island with great beaches and a unique landscape, an island where tourism until recently was low-key but has been growing steadily.
There is a fuel and water refuelling station on Patmos as well as a number of qualified boat mechanics on the island in case you are in need of repairs.
www.greeklodgings.gr /Pages/EN/Patmos/Patmos.htm   (406 words)

  
 Patmos
Patmos, like the other Dodecanese islands, is the result of ancient volcanic activity.
Populated today by some 2500 people who make their living from sponge diving and tourism, Patmos was largely deserted during the Middle Ages due in part to its vulnerability to Aegean pirates.
According to tradition, he was exiled to Patmos by the emperor Domitian in 95 CE for unspecified reasons.
www.abrock.com /Greece-Turkey/patmos.html   (579 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Patmos
The modern town of Patmos lies in the middle part of the island.
The Island of Patmos is famous in history as the place of St. John's exile: "I, John.
was in the island, which is called Patmos, for the word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus" (Revelation 1:9); there according to general belief the Beloved Disciple wrote the Apocalypse, the imagery of which was in part inspired by the scenery of the island.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/11547a.htm   (282 words)

  
 virtual greece : patmos greece : patmos greek islands : greek island holiday : patmos : map of patmos : guide greek ...
There is a larger port patmos Greece from where the commercial fishing vessels unload their catch and passenger ferries depart to other islands.The harbour and quayside is a busy part of the town with some excellent restaurants overlooking the hills rising up the other side patmos Greece and in guide greek island.
There are local myths that Zeus gave the island of Patmos to his daughter, the goddess Artemis, and that the Monastery was built upon her temple to further worship her.
Patmos, located in the Aegean Sea is a narrow and rocky island with stunning, mountainous natural beauty.
www.virtualgreece.net /patmos/patmos.htm   (673 words)

  
 Daily Bible Study - The Island Of Patmos
It is located among the Sporades group of islands in The Aegean Sea near the west coast of Turkey.
According to Eusebius, John was sent to Patmos in the year 95 by the Roman emperor Domitian (see New Testament Roman Emperors), but was released less than 2 years later.
While on Patmos, the apostle John was given to write the Apocalypse.
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/patmos.htm   (286 words)

  
 Welcome to Patmos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Located on the eastern borderline of the Aegean Sea, Patmos is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese island group.Its interesting landscape features low barren hills succeeded by small plateaux, while its lacy coastline is deeply intended by tens of promontories forming countless picturesque bays and coves.
With a mostly dry climate, the island is regularly visited by north winds, bathing into the sunrays for 3000 hours out of a year.
It was on this island that St John wrote his divinely inspired Revelation the Apocalypse, the last book of the New Testament.
www.12net.gr /patmos/english   (173 words)

  
 AndYolland Patmos Island Travel Page - VirtualTourist.com
Patmos is part of the Dodecanese Islands and lies between the islands of Leros, Fourni and Ikaria.
According to mythology, the island of Patmos was first named Litois, in honour of the Goddess Artemis who was also called Litoida because she was the daughter of Lito.
In 1207, the Venetians conquered Patmos and the reign was given to the Duke of Naxos.
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 Patmos Hotels - Petra Hotel Rooms and Suites for Rent Hotels Accommodation in Grikos Beach Patmos Greece
We welcome you to be immersed in the refined hospitality that elegantly combines the intimacy of a private residence and the mystique and beauty of the spiritual Patmos island.
The settlement of Grikos, a picturesque and quiet fishing village on the southeastern coast of Patmos Island, is well-known for its unparalleled natural beauty.
Patmos, a charming and peaceful vacation spot in the Dodecanese Islands, features a variety of truly beautiful village settlements, scenic beaches, elegant restaurants, and traditional tavernas.
www.petrahotel-patmos.com   (269 words)

  
 Vacation in Patmos, Hotels in Patmos, Holidays in Patmos, Patmos island
The "Jerusalem of the Aegean" is one way of describing Patmos, as it was referred to in one 5th century inscription.
Ships arriving at Patmos dock in the island's harbor, Skala, a lively place with its white houses, flowered courtyards, fish tavernas, hotels, restaurants, cafes and shops.
Patmos' s indented coastline conceals a host of lovely beaches.
www.vacation.gr /gr/dodecanessos-islands-hotels/patmos.html   (376 words)

  
 Editorial Patmos
In 1999, Editorial Patmos was established in Miami as the Spanish publishing affiliate of CPAD, the largest evangelical publisher in Brazil.
Today, Patmos is a leading publisher of Spanish Christian education literature that includes a complete line of Sunday School curriculum, a one of a kind magazine for Christian educators, and a number of books suitable for teacher training.
Patmos works with distributors in over 20 countries, as well as well as in the U.S. We believe, however, that we are just beginning to tap the potential of U.S. market.
www.editpatmos.com   (302 words)

  
 Patmos Greece | Patmos island
about Patmos island: Patmos is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese complex in Greece and lies at a distance of 158 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus.
Restaurants and tavernas in Patmos island, by the harbour have a variety of plates, so much from the local as from the international cuisine, as well as fresh fish.
By the 13th century the villagers, many of whom were descendants of the original builders and craftsmen of the complex and who were initially ordered to live far away from the monastery, were allowed to settle around it, not only to seek refuge from the pirates inside, but also to defend it.
www.patmos-in-greece.com   (697 words)

  
 Traveling to Greece? We're your hotels, cruises specialists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
According to mythology Orestes sought refuge in Patmos from the pursuit of Furies.
The island's capital Patmos or Chora is built 3 km southeast of the harbor.
It extends beneath the walls of the monastery of St.John, with white houses, narrow streets, mansions, captain's residences and Neoclassic edifices.The most important monument is the Fortress-monastery of St. John the Theologian, built in the center of Chora at its highest point.
www.destinationgreece.com /LocationInfo.asp?Location=Patmos   (419 words)

  
 360.gr Greece > Dodecanese > Patmos Pictures
Patmos Greece, Dodecanese: A collection of pictures in the island of Patmos
The island of Patmos is part of the group of islands called the Dodecanese and lies between the islands of Leros and Ikaria.
The most beautiful beaches of Patmos are scattered on its eastern coast.
www.360.gr /web-design/services/greece/dodecanese/patmos   (129 words)

  
 Patmos Engineering Services, Inc.
Patmos Engineering Services, Inc. provides engineering consulting services for FAA certification and digital design for commercial and aviation related digital systems.
Patmos can guide you through the maze of regulatory guidance (FAA, CAA, JAA) to obtain a product or process that are compliant with these certifying bodies.
Patmos Engineering Services provides a full turnkey digital design solution for your project specializing in FPGA and ASIC design services.
www.patmos-eng.com /index.html   (185 words)

  
 Patmos Island map, PATMOS Greece. Choose a location.
Patmos is part of the Dodecanese group of islands in the Aegean, only 40 miles from the Turkish coast.
The smaller village of Kambos/Kampos was in the past the centre of Patmos' farming community.
Patmos - welcome - The Holy Greek Island of Patmos, part of the Dodecanese group of islands in the Aegean Sea.
www.vrpatmos.co.uk /main_info_center.html   (450 words)

  
 Patmos
The isle of Patmos was the location of Saint John's exile.
Many of these people were Christians from Asia minor who had refused to worship the Emperor Domitian as a god and had therefore been condemned to exile on Patmos.
John lived in a cave, where he was supposed to have had his visions.
latter-rain.com /ltrain/patmos.htm   (260 words)

  
 G.N.T.O. - Greek Islands - Patmos
Called 'Jerusalem of the Aegean', Patmos is an island made up of rocks and bays, its atmosphere biblical and peaceful.
As you approach Patmos you cannot miss the monastery dedicated to the memory of St John the Divine (Agios Ioannis o Theologos), who, here, in one of the many caves of the island, had a vision of the Apocalypse (the Revelation).
Boats arrive at the port, Skala, which is connected to Hora by an asphalt paved road, along which we can visit the grotto where the Apocalypse was written.
www.hri.org /infoxenios/english/dodecanese/patmos/patmos.html   (243 words)

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