Dolianian’s archaeological site extends to a single limestone hill west of the modern settlement of Geroplatanos, at the boundaries of the Municipality of Igoumenitsa with the Municipality of Filiates. It consists of the largest fortified settlement in the area of Averos Kalamas and is identical to ancient lamb, a center of Gender of Elegianos Thesproton since its foundation in the second half of the 4th century. e.g. Its acne is placed during the Hellenistic period and its habitation continues almost uninterrupted to the newer years. Doliani’s hill is scattered by archaeological remains covering a wide chronological spectrum from antiquity to post-Byzantine (Ottoman) times. The Late-Research and Hellenistic period (4th – 2nd century BC) The settlement extends mainly at the top of the hill, within the inner fortification enclosure of the “Acropolis”, while less systematic habitation seems to exist in the area between the two fortifications. Part of the ancient urban planning tissue was revealed in the northeastern part of the “Acropolis”: one main road and at least two successive houses with settled building phases of the settlement is located at the foot of the opposite hill to the east. After 10th AD. The Middle Byzantine period, the ancient cemetery reusable and expands, while a small cemetery one-room temple is made on the corrupted western tower of the main fortification gate. Around the 12th century. It was probably constructed, the tower that is preserved at the highest point of the hill. After the Ottoman conquest, the quadrilateral building is dated with the arched openings that are preserved on the southeastern tower of the inner fortification and probably constituted a Muslim mosque and part of a wider building complex of communal character. It is a place organized, accessible by road through the paved provincial road that leads from EO. Igoumenitsa – Ioannina to T.K. Geropatan of the Municipality of Igoumenitsa. The distance that separates it from the provincial road is about 3 km. The space is visited by consultation with the AFSA. Thesprotia: Monday-Friday (09: 00-14: 00) (Tel.: 26650.29177 / 8, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information, you can be saved to the competent Ephorate. In space, people can access with mobility problems (assisted) to the fervency / venue of space, through a ramp with a mild slope. There is a report with informational material for history and establishment of the settlement, at the same time – at the same time – the position of the building is located – an overall picture of the most important monuments in the area. The area also has a healthy disabled area.