The monastery at dawn.
|Full name||Holy Monastery of Philotheou|
|Established||end of 10th century|
|Dedicated to||Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin|
|Prior||Archimandrite Elder Nicodemus|
|Important associated figures||St Theodosius, Metropolitan of Trebizond; Abbot Dionysios (Blessed Dionysios of Olympus); Cosmas of Aetolia; Elder Efrem of Philotheou (Arizona) (b. 1928)|
|Location||Mount Athos, Greece|
|Visible remains||right hand of St John Chrysostom; piece of the True Cross|
|Public access||Men only|
|Other information||Icons: Our Lady Glykophilousa; Lady Gerontissa|
Filotheou monastery (Greek: Μονή Φιλοθέου) is an Eastern Orthodox monastery at the monastic state of Mount Athos in Greece. It stands on the north-eastern side of the peninsula. It was founded by the Blessed Philotheus, in the end of the 10th century. The monastery ranks twelfth in the hierarchy of the Athonite monasteries.
The library holds 250 manuscripts, and 2500 printed books (of which 500 are in Russian and Romanian).
The monastery contains 60 working monks.