Magnets with Holy Monasteries of Mount Athos – Saint Paisios |Mount Athos

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The souvenir wooden magnets from Mount Athos are genuine monastery handicrafts. Charming and discreet, they are ideal for decorating every space, transferring the blessings of Athonite Fathers. At Mount Athos Product Exhibition you will find magnets with the holy monasteries of Mount Athos.
Dimensions: 8 x 7,5 cm

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Magnets from Mount Athos with the holy monasteries and saint Paisios

Wooden magnets are made with care and attention to detail by monks in Mount Athos. They carry the blessings of the Fathers of Mount Athos and the monastic tradition of Athos that remains alive throughout the centuries.

Distinctive and well-designed magnets are ideal for placing them in the refrigerator, office, but also on any surface and space. They also should be used as small icons that carry the blessing of the monks they make them and of Saint Paisios.

At Mount Athos Product Exhibition you will find a great variety of wooden magnets from Mount Athos to choose what you prefer. Magnets are available with the shoots of the holy monasteries of Mount Athos.

Souvenirs Magnets: Uses

The commemorative magnets from Mount Athos are small icons on which the image of almost every monastery of Holy Mountain is depicted. Saint Paisios, the illuminated monk who lived on Mount Athos, is depicted above the monastery in every magnet.

You can place the magnets in the office, the iconostasis, the library, the refrigerator and the car to have wherever you are, no matter what you do the blessing of the fathers of Mount Athos and of the Saint Paisios.

Distinctly and thoughtfully, magnets can compose a beautiful and blessed collection of icons of Mount Athos’ holy monasteries.

 

Origin: Mount Athos
Net Weight: 48gr

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