A monastery from 1806, with an important role in the Revolution of 1821. Today, after a period of desolation has been restored and impresses with its architecture not only of the church but also of the surrounding areas, with hewn stones on roofs and landscaped gardens. It hosts holy relics of saints, the Museum of Musical Instruments of the world, and the folklore museum. The monastery celebrates twice a year, on March 25 and August 15, a period that is worth a visit.
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