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W7: Saint Paraskevi Church, the Bridge of Stafyla and the Holy Monastery of Vyliza in Matsouki

The settlement of Matsouki is the next stop where we encounter superbly crafted older structures for water use. Here, we once again run into the Church of Saint Paraskevi, Protector of the Waters. Next to the Church there is the settlement’s primary school. Its classrooms host an important collection of icons from the Monastery of Vyliza. Furthermore near the Church there is a fountain on the site of Fasoni. Upon the settlement’s entrance, on the Camila site specifically, we can admire the impressive waterfall of 45 meters, while on the site of Kalouta there is yet another fountain. Directly beneath the square there is a magnificent view where we encounter an exemplary complex of artisan made watermills and water basins which are in full operation and take us back in time to the much earlier but also more recent past of the place. The Stafyla Bridge is another cultural monument that is testament to the residents’ need to tame the rugged mountainous region and to simplify their daily work.

The Evangelismos of Theotokos Vyliza Holy Monastery was and still remains a reference point for the settlement of Matsouki. Today the Monastery hosts a valuable museum. Built on the southwestern point of the Kritharia Mountain, the visitor is struck by a view that stretches over the meeting point where the three streams of the Arachthos River meet. The Monastery was founded in the mid-Byzantine period but its current building dates back to the late 17th century. The Monastery once hosted a very valuable library with many manuscripts from the 14th and 15th centuries, some of which are now kept in the settlement’s library. The museum was founded thanks to the initiative of the Monastery’s Committee to preserve and accommodate the Monastery’s exquisite icons which were created between the 16th and 19th centuries. These are exemplary samples of remarkable post-Byzantine paintings.