In the north of Greece lives a theocratic community organised into the Republic of Mount Athos, after the name of the mountain where there are twenty monasteries. Women are not permitted to enter. A place that has a lot of stories told about it, this holy mountain constitutes the centre of orthodox monasticism. The photographer Statos Kalafatis lived there for...
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