1881: The Panaghia (Holy Mary) of Kalo Nero is built on the ruins of an old small monastery of the Holy Mary, which was a glebe of the Kapsa monastery, by a clergyman of the church, Iosif Gerondakis, grand-son of Saint Iosif (Gerondogiannis).
The date of 1461, and of the later date of 1674, are etched on the church.
Specifically, in 1933, N. I. Papadakis, wrote: "The date 1461 is also etched on the mural of another small monastery in Kalo Nero, located a little way to the west. These dates prove, first of all, that both those monasteries were built that year, and that during the said year there were no priests in them, because it was usually in cases of churches that were deserted, and only occasionally visited by pilgrims, that one came across names and dates etched on walls in churches".
Translated and edited by: Yallou