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Saint Nicholas the Sicilian was born in Sicily, from which it got its name. Loved the solitary life led by God’s Providence Mount Neotakos (now called the Dark) Evia. Because his part had suggested water, St. struck a rock and water gushed. Later, arrested by Agarinous pirates when they decided to transfer him by boat along with many other Christians suffer, tempest and thirst. The Saint, after fervent prayer rested the storm and changed the saltwater in freshwater for drinking occupants of the ship. Surprised the Agarinous of miraculous events and brought back to the monastery and freed the captives.

Festival Date: 23 August. Where a festival with food