Dionysiou Monastery


Dionysiou Monastery (Greek: Μονή Διονυσίου) is an Eastern Orthodox monastery at the monastic state of Mount Athos in Greece in southwest part of Athos peninsula. The monastery ranks fifth in the hierarchy of the Athonite monasteries. It is one of the twenty self-governing monasteries in Athos, and it was dedicated to John the Baptist.


The monastery was founded in the 14th century by Saint Denys de Korisos, and it was named after him. The architect decided to build the monastery in Byzantinian style. By the end of the 15h century according to the Russian pilgrim Isaiah, the monastery was Serb.

The library of the monastery housed 804 manuscripts, and more than 4,000 printed books. The oldest manuscripts came from the 11th century.

Today the monastery has a community of around 50 monks.


  • Codex Athous Dionysiou = Uncial 045 (Ω)
  • Uncial 050

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dionysiou_Monastery



Athos peninsula

Lat: 40.168258667 - Lng: 24.274818420