Osiou Gregoriou monastery
View of the monastery from sea level.
|Full name||Holy Monastery of Osiou Gregoriou|
|Dedicated to||Saint Nicholas|
|Prior||Archimandrite Elder Christophoros|
|Important associated figures||Archimandrite Elder Georgios Kapsanis (d. 2014)|
|Location||Mount Athos, Greece|
|Public access||Men only|
Osiou Grigoriou (Gregory's) monastery (Greek: Μονή Οσίου Γρηγορίου) is an Orthodox Christian monastery in the monastic state of Mount Athos in Greece. The monastery ranks seventeenth in the hierarchy of the Athonite monasteries.
The monastery is built by the sea, on the southeastern side of the peninsula. It was founded by Saint (Osios) Gregorios and it is dedicated to Saint Nicholas. In 1990 the monastery had 71 working monks. The monastery holds 279 manuscripts, of which 11 are on parchment, and it has approximately 6,000 printed books.
- Gregoriou monastery at the Mount Athos website
- Holy Monastery of Gregoriou Greek Ministry of Culture