The monastery's bookstore just inside the main gate.
The monastery's 800+ year-old wine cellar.
Looking towards the south door that leads into the Nave of the Katholicon. The trellis behind the foreground stairs supports a grape vine that miraculously grows out of the grave of one of the monastery's founders, St. Symeon (father of St. Sava).
The grave of St Symeon the Myrrh-streamer, one of the monastery founders (1200). The Synaxarion says "From Saint Symeon's empty tomb at Chilandar, a vine miraculously sprang up whose dried grape seeds are to this day sent all over the world as a blessing for childless married couples."
We got stuck in the snow and were pulled out by someone who had a Greek Army vehicle.