Manglavita Chapel
Manglavita Chapel consists of a chapel carved in a rock, a demolished wall chapel and a grave built on a high and rocky area in Toklu Quarter of Trabzon. Access to the chapel is provided by natural stairs carved into the rock. The apse to the east of the rectangular Chapel has a small window.The history of the chapel dates back to the 9th-10th centuries and it has overtones of a demolished chapel.
St. Sabbas Chapel
Built on rocks on the northern slopes of Boztepe overlooking the Old Christian Cemetery, the history of the St. Sabbas Chapel dates back to the 13th-15th centuries.
Located in the Kemerkaya Neighbourhood, the church was built for the foreign citizens around 1869 and 1874 upon the order of Sultan Abdülmecit. Since then, the church has still been used for worship by foreign citizens and visitors.
The monastery is located among pine trees, 7 km west from Kiremitli village in Maçka district. On the area, there is a cave and a water spring. The monastery was first built in front of the cave.
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