Category:Monastery of Stoudios

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Monastery of Stoudios 
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Instance of church ruin,
Dedicated to
LocationIstanbul, Istanbul Province
Architectural style
  • 5th century
40° 59′ 45.96″ N, 28° 55′ 42.96″ E
Authority control
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Monasterio de Studion (es); monastère du Stoudion (fr); Μονή Στουδίου (el); Studijský klášter (cs); Studium (ca); monastero di Studion (it); Studionkloster (de); Mosteiro de Stoudios (pt); Студыйскі манастыр (be); Ստուդիասի վանք (hy); 斯图狄奥斯修道院 (zh); Студитски манастир (sr); Studijski samostan (sl); ストゥディオス修道院 (ja); Monesterio de Studion (an); Monasterium Ioannis Baptistae Studianum (la); Biara Stoudios (id); Studion (pl); Studionklosteret (nb); Stoudiosklooster (nl); 斯圖狄奧斯修道院 (zh-hant); 斯图狄奥斯修道院 (zh-cn); İmrahor Camii (tr); Студійський монастир (uk); Monastery of Stoudios (en); Monaĥejo de Studio (eo); Студитски манастир (mk); Студийский монастырь (ru) Kirchengebäude in Istanbul (de); كنيسة في تركيا (ar); klášter v Konstantinopoli (cs); kerkgebouw in Turkije (nl) Studios Manastırı, İmrahor Camisi, İoannes Studios Kilisesi (tr); Stoudios, Monastère de Stoudios, Stoudiou, Studites, Monastere du Stoudion, Monastère du Stoudios, Stoudion, Monastère de Stoudion, Stoudites (fr); Johannes de Doper klooster, Stoudiousklooster (nl); Stúdion (ca); Monesterio d'Estudio, Monesterio de Estudio (an); Studion-Kloster (de); Stoudios, Estudita, Stoudion, Estuditas (pt); Mone Stoudiou, Moni Stoudiou, Mone tou Stoudiou (en); Studiti, Studion, Monastero di San Giovanni di Studion (it); Ιμραχόρ Τζαμί, Μονή Ακοιμήτων, Μονή του Στουδίου, Μονή του Αγίου Ιωάννη του Προδρόμου εν τοις Στουδίου (el); Estuditas (es)
English: Stoudios or Studion (Latin: Studium) was historically the most important monastery of Constantinople (Istanbul), the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. Although the monastery has been derelict for half a millennium, the laws and customs of the Stoudion were taken as models by the monks of Mount Athos and of many other monasteries of the Orthodox world; even today they have influence.