The Monastery of Agia Irini, is located in the south of Krousonas, on the foothills of Psiloritis. It was one of the richest monasteries in the the early years of the era of Ottoman rule.
The date of the monastery foundation is unknown. In 1822 the monks were killed, the monastery was destroyed and the its property was given to Kera Monastery.
The monastery was reconstructed in 1940 and the monks returned in 1944.
The Monastery of Agia Irini is a two-aisled basilica dedicated to Saint Irene and the the Dormition of Mother Mary. Today, it operates as a convent.
Source: Religious Routes Crete - Greek Region of Crete