In my first post about these buildings (1742) we had a look at the first building on the ground floor. Today we examine the three higher floors. But first let me show a picture of the all buildings, found on isihazm.ru, date unknown. The skull of Saint Silouan is venerated as a relic in the Panteleimonos monastery. Climb the stone stairs to reach the second building
On the second building hangs a large balcony on the outside wall: going there would not be a good idea!The interior of building two: again a large wheel with cogwheels. I did not try to climb the stairs to the second floor!Between building two and three: here the balconies disappeared totally.Building threeOne floor higher: looking down at building threeBuilding three: the interiorLooking down: building three and twoThe east side of building three: here the water wheels were attached to the wallsBetween building three and four: this part is well kept and the door was locked.Broken windows in building fourBuilding four: the water wheel is still intactBuilding four: west sideMillstones for grinding grain (also the painting in the previous post – image 5)The balconies of building four at the west sideThe door of building four, also locked. A large brass sieve(?) on the foreground.Building four seen from aboveBuilding four with its water wheel on the leftThe water wheel of building four in detailA water reservoir above building fourNext to the reservoir: a ruined house. This (fifth) house is found on the black and white picture in the previous post (image four)In the bushes: a wall of the ruined buildingJust above the water reservoir leads the paved road towards Paleo MonastirionLooking down to the West: the iron bridge near PanteleimonosThe same area, screenshot Google Earth. The water reservoir is to be seen above the four buildings as dark square.