The temple of the holy Equals of Theseion (Agii Asomati Fision) was erected in the second half of the eleventh century. It has undergone many changes as a result of extensions and renovations in the 19th and 20th centuries. Only the dome of the old Athenian type and the remaining part of the north and south walls remained from the original building. In 1960, as a result of the restoration work of the Restoration Service of Antique and Historical Monuments of the Ministry of Education, the original form of the church was restored. Frescoes were also found in the temple, which, most likely, also do not refer to the times of the temple construction, but appeared in it much later.