Today we take a closer look at the last two buildings of the Chromitsa metochi, numbers G and J on the map below:
The large building G, with its different architecture with a large balcony that runs around it, the rounded corners and with a built-inn church, is still in use by some Russian monks. The other building J is a church, with a graveyard around it and a ossuary on the ground floor.
The building G was build in 1908: that makes it 23 year younger than the nearby watertap from 1885. This information also proves that building A/B, the hospital/winery, is build after the year 1908 (also see post 1375).
Again a picture of a iconostasis that I found on the internet, probably of building J
The front of the building, with on the first floor a church
The door to the church on the first floor was closed: I could peep through a hole and I saw skulls lying on the ground.
The ground floor / ossuary in 2011: it is clear that restauration activities are taking place: below two pictures of the old situation and how it would be nowadays.
Two pictures from the internet of the graveyard
Because time was running out and I had to join the group for a winetasting, I did not have the opportunity the photograph building H: here a photo, also from the internet:
This is a picture of one of the surrounding (storage?) buildings, in the left corner in the picture below.
And the last pictures I want to show you are from an artificial lake somewhere near Chromitsa (also found on the internet), dating from 1901.