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Monastery of Plaka

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Between the bridge of Plaka and the Raftanaioi settlement is the Monastery of Our Lady Mouchoustiotissa also known as the Monastery of Plaka. It is unknown when it was founded but according to legend it was restored in 1665. The nave’s murals, according to one account, date back to 1680 but these have been damaged over time. The narthex’s murals were painted in 1694 and include scenes of suffering, the parables of Christ etc. The Church is also adorned with carved and gilded iconostases. Today the sanctuary is preserved (almost completely intact) as are the nave and part of the precinct. The Monastery was active and thrived until the early 20th century, but according to local testimonies, the property was burned down therefore also shattering its history. In the older days, in the area surrounding the Monastery there were animal fairs, known as μαχούστι (machousti), which also explains the Monastery’s name. The Monastery’s contribution to the area’s residents was particularly important. It had many estates in the surrounding areas known as the Paraspori as well as estates in Arta and Kalentzi on the opposite side of Xerovounio, an estate in the Matsouki mountain where small and large animals would spend the summer. It also had many olive trees nearby, a large vineyard and hundreds of beehives.