The Monastery of Metamorphism is located 2 km southwest of Plakotis village. “According to the Byzantine frescoes that were revealed under the newest coats of the monastery and which date back to the 13th century, its foundation should be placed in the years of the Despotate of Epirus.” Today only the monastery is preserved. It belongs to the type of free cross and especially in the variation of the so-called Latin Cross, at the junction of the antennas, which rises a hexagonal dome. It is a architectural type quite widespread in island Greece, but rare in the continental area. The transverse arch projects right and left so that the church in the ground plan gets out the free cross shape. At a later period, probably in the 18th or 19th centuries, a splint was added to the west side, where the entrance of the temple was added. Tieomia is constructed with argonity in which briques are inserted or in horizontal rows. The dome externally adorned with a toothed tape and circularly decorative motifs. The semicircular arch bears incotherful arches, while on the pediment of the Eastern Antenna of the Cross distinguishes radial brick jewelry. Inside, fragmentary frescoes are preserved on the antennae of the Cross and mainly in the north where frescoes of frescoes are distinguished with an evangelical scene and the whole of Saint, probably of Agios Panteleimonas. These frescoes date back to the 13th century. ” Recent maintenance work by the Ephorate of Antiquities of Thesprotia confirmed inside the existence of frescoes from the beginning of the 14th century, which establishes the Savior Temple as one of the most important Byzantic monuments in Thesprotia. Celebrates on August 6th.