Agia Triada Monastery or Agia Triada Tsangarolon
The Patriarchal and Crusading Monastery Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) in Crete was built by the brothers Jeremiah and Lavrentio Jagarolon, who were descendants of the great Venetian-Cretan family.
The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. Most of the icons of the gilded temple are attributed to the famous painter of this period Merkourio from Santorini who followed the standards of the post-Byzantine style.
Today, after surviving many adventures, the Monastery continues to play a pivotal role in the religious and economic life of Crete. It produces unique biological products that are known all over the globe.