Old Monastery of Faneromeni at Chiliomodi
The old Monastery of Faneromeni is considered to be the oldest with this name in Greece. At the entrance of the temple visible to this day are two Ionic columns of an ancient temple, while inside it has two layers of frescoes of the 17th and 13th centuries respectively.
At a distance of 4 km from the new monastery, one reaches the old one, where one will admire an important, architecturally, temple built in the 13th century. The hagiographies, despite their antiquity, their damage and their national adventures, remain great. The strategic importance of the monastery is obvious, as from its precinct one can distinguish the Acrocorinth testimony of the pre-revolutionary and revolutionary action of the Brotherhood that was active there. Two leading historians have written about this particular Monastery, such as A. Orlandos and the historian T. Gritsopoulos.