Saint John the Russian (Russian: Иоанн Русский) (1690 – May 27 (N.S. June 9), 1730) is one of the most renowned saints in the Greek Orthodox Church. Being a prisoner of war and a slave to a Turkish Agha, he became famous and respected even by his Muslim master for his humility, steadiness in faith and benevolence.
Latitude: 38° 44' 8.05" N
Longitude: 23° 29' 14.27" E