“The fortress in the position of Agios Donatos Zervohoriou in the Municipality of Souli Thesprotia is located at the foot of the mountainous volume that closes from the East Valley of the Koski, a tributary of Acheron, south of the Asphalt Society and the Southeastern part of the Prefecture of Thesprotia, a region that in antiquity was the Territory of the elephant, the sex seat of the Elegarians. Its establishment in the 3rd century. BC, along with other smaller fortifications at the foot of the slopes that delimit the valley, relate to the wider supervision and control of the area by the Thesprotian public and possibly also part of Pyrros’s policy to strengthen the defensive kingdom’s defense of. After the destruction of Epirus in 167 BC. From the Romans, as is apparent from the investigations in recent years conducting the Finnish Institute of Athens in the area, an extensive and luxurious house was built within the fortress. ” In the modern times, within the fortification was built inside, with ancient building material (on its walls) a small chapel, dedicated to Agios Donatos. It is an outdoor space, continuously open, but it is difficult to access.