It is about a grave that been converted to a sanctuary, at least from the 5th century B.C.
A period to which refers the two syllabically inscriptions, that are found on the monument’s rock. The sanctuary is hewed on the rock, and is composed of two underground adjacent halls. The access towards them, can be done through a gradual hewed road. The sanctuary been discovered at the end of the 19th century. Is been proclaimed, as an “ancient monument” by the Antiquities Department.
Hellenistic cemetery in the “Haskas” and the “katarameni” places:-
In these neighbouring places, are found hewed on the rocks, graves of the Hellenistic and Roman periods. This archaeological places, been proclaimed as “ancient monuments” by the Antiquities Department.