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Saint Riginos is the patron saint of the island of Skopelos, Greece. His feast day, February 25, is a local holiday on the island. Christian tradition states that he was a bishop who was tortured to death in 362 AD.

Part of his remains are kept in a local church, but most of the relics stay in the Archangel Michael Trypiotis Church in Nicosia, Cyprus.[1]

In Skopelos there is a monastery bearing his name, Monastery of Saint Riginos.


  1. ^ "Ιερός Ναός Αρχαγγέλου Τρυπιώτου (Λευκωσίας)" [Temple of Archangel Trypiotou (Nicosia)]. (in Greek). Retrieved 2019-08-04.