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Record ID CRID:20
Type of record Single Monument
Date of record 03-11-2012
Registrar Natasa Michailidou
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Monument type Immovable Monument
Monument Code CHURCH0013
Monument Name Dormition of Holy Mary in Sindos
Related Institution Holy Diocese of Neapolis and Stavroupolis
Location Name Sindos in Thessaloniki
Date of construction
1966 AD
Short Description Tekeli was a renowned Turkish manor. Its locals, up to 1922, residents built in the centre of the town the old parish church. We do not know when it was built (probably in the 19th century), but it was renovated and expanded in approximately 1902-1903. This church was demolished in 1966 and the present one was founded. With the Asia Minor catastrophe refugees settled in the Sindos, coming from Adana in Kilikia in Asia Minor. The refugees brought from their homeland as a precious heirloom a woodcut epitaph of 1912, constructed in Jerusalem on behalf of the Greek Orthodox community of Adana.




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Monument type Immovable Monument
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Monument Name Dormition of Holy Mary in Sindos
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Related Institution Holy Diocese of Neapolis and Stavroupolis




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Location Name Sindos in Thessaloniki
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Short Description
Short Description Tekeli was a renowned Turkish manor. Its locals, up to 1922, residents built in the centre of the town the old parish church. We do not know when it was built (probably in the 19th century), but it was renovated and expanded in approximately 1902-1903. This church was demolished in 1966 and the present one was founded. With the Asia Minor catastrophe refugees settled in the Sindos, coming from Adana in Kilikia in Asia Minor. The refugees brought from their homeland as a precious heirloom a woodcut epitaph of 1912, constructed in Jerusalem on behalf of the Greek Orthodox community of Adana.




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1966 AD
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Description of testimony Informative text of N. Toutos, "The historical churches and relics of the Diocese of Neapolis and Stavroupolis. A first presentation"
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