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. Church and the rooms of the monks in front of the cave which has survived to the present date back to the 19th century.
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.
Known as Peristera, this Monastery was built nearby the Şimşirli village in Maçka district in the middle of the 8th century. Only the base of the church has survived to the present.
Located in the Kemerkaya Neighbourhood, the church was built for the foreign citizens around 1869 and 1874 upon the order of Sultan Abdülmecit.
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