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Several monasteries in Syria, Lebanon and Turkey are dedicated to Mar Sarkis and Bakhos (Saints Sergius and Bacchus, Arabic: مار سركيس و باخوس). These include: * Monastery of Mar Sarkis and Bakhos, Tourza North Lebanon * Monastery of Mar Sarkis and Bakhos - Ras Al Nahr in Ehden, Lebanon. It belongs to the Lebanese Antonin Maronite Order since 1736. * Monastery of Mar Sarkis - Bsharri. It belonged since the 16th Century to the Carmelite Fathers. In 1931, it was acquired by the family of Khalil Gibran, the famous Lebanese writer, poet and painter as a burial place. In 1975, the Gibran National Committee transformed the Monastery into the Gibran Museum for the works of Gibran. * Monastery of Mar Sarkis, Maaloula, Syria. * Monastery of Little Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey.

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  • Several monasteries in Syria, Lebanon and Turkey are dedicated to Mar Sarkis and Bakhos (Saints Sergius and Bacchus, Arabic: مار سركيس و باخوس). These include: * Monastery of Mar Sarkis and Bakhos, Tourza North Lebanon * Monastery of Mar Sarkis and Bakhos - Ras Al Nahr in Ehden, Lebanon. It belongs to the Lebanese Antonin Maronite Order since 1736. * Monastery of Mar Sarkis - Bsharri. It belonged since the 16th Century to the Carmelite Fathers. In 1931, it was acquired by the family of Khalil Gibran, the famous Lebanese writer, poet and painter as a burial place. In 1975, the Gibran National Committee transformed the Monastery into the Gibran Museum for the works of Gibran. * Monastery of Mar Sarkis, Maaloula, Syria. * Monastery of Little Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey.
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  • Several monasteries in Syria, Lebanon and Turkey are dedicated to Mar Sarkis and Bakhos (Saints Sergius and Bacchus, Arabic: مار سركيس و باخوس). These include: * Monastery of Mar Sarkis and Bakhos, Tourza North Lebanon * Monastery of Mar Sarkis and Bakhos - Ras Al Nahr in Ehden, Lebanon. It belongs to the Lebanese Antonin Maronite Order since 1736. * Monastery of Mar Sarkis - Bsharri. It belonged since the 16th Century to the Carmelite Fathers. In 1931, it was acquired by the family of Khalil Gibran, the famous Lebanese writer, poet and painter as a burial place. In 1975, the Gibran National Committee transformed the Monastery into the Gibran Museum for the works of Gibran. * Monastery of Mar Sarkis, Maaloula, Syria. * Monastery of Little Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey.
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