“Drained today, the Temple of Panagia is located in the village of Glyki, alongside Acheron. It was built as a three-aisled basilica during the Byzantine era. In this position there were an Early Christian temple from which several architectural members come from. According to tradition, the temple was built by Agios Donatos, Bishop of Euro (original name of the area in which the village is located), with the strengthening of the Emperor of Great Theodosius, in the 4th century AD. In excavations that have become several graves, Early Christian Charm, Middle Byzantine embossed and coins of various times. ” At the time of Emperor Justinian A, two centuries, later, in order to avoid flooding Acheron and Coconut, the settlement “relocated to a nearby fortification”. The temple currently saved in the village has not been confirmed if he is the one who was originally built by St. Donatos. The surviving ruins testify to “three-aisled wooden basilica with a transverse aisle, tripartite vaulted sanctuary and tripartite narthex on the western side, built during the Middle Byzantine period (10th – 12th century) in the location of an uninclusive character of Early Christian times (4th – 6th century .) “. Over the years, the temple was repaired many, while many were additions. The most important recognition of the construction, space on the left (north) of the sanctuary, with a semi-circular arch, which protises along with the three-ground arch of the sanctuary to the east, as well as the strengthening of its masonry in the 17th-18th centuries. With strong internal and external braces. The newer years, the area of the sacred pitch captured a small church, dedicated to Panagia. A significant number of marble architectural sculptures found during excavations are exposed to the Byzantine Museum of Ioannina. Near the temple is also the space that the St. Donatos was originally joined, which had been edited by the first one asleep.