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Instead of the "Pano Vrisi", the "Down Faucet" (Kato Vrisi) is quite modern.
The Kavousi (traditional stone tap) is within walking distance of the Homonymous of Michael the Archangel.
As a historical monument has been designated by the Ministry of culture t. the community Tap -'Pano Vrisi' in accordance with the locals

FOUNTAIN COMMUNITY CHARGE OF DAFNES IN 1897
REGION KABOYSI

Next to the ruined monastery of Agios Antonios today in Petali (Pedaling) survives the monastery's fountain, which bring the water next spring.

As reported by the ΥΑ ΥΠΠΟ/ΔΙΛΑΠ/Γ/4146/1442/28-12-1998 - ΦΕΚ 35/Β/26-1-1999 "We historical preservable monuments that require special State protection,

In the village of Roukani there are two particularly interesting navigate around the Fountains.

The rich water sources that characterize the entire region, as is natural became exploited and residents of Kerasia throughout the course of their history.
In the hamlet of Profitis Ilias is Little Fontana. This is an old fountain next to the laundry room where there were old women of the village.

On the road to the Holy Monastery of Paliani found the fountain of Saint Mamas.

The fountain of good Shepherd is located in the village of Kalos. Is at rock bottom.

Venetian box Sarnitsi Sarakino


The Sarnitsi (water tank) was discovered recently and is under review.

Venetian fountain from the 15th century with the coat of arms of the House Quirini in Pentamodi.

In the settlement of Agios Miron at the Church of Agia Paraskevi is a long-lived eucalyptus where next there are Venetian fountains.


There is also a Venetian stone fountain in the District of "Tap" Below

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