Rahmi M. Koç Müzeleri

During the time of Patriarch Teodosios, the main church of the monastery, which is connected to the Fener Greek Patriarchate in Istanbul, is located in the northwestern part. This chapel is an indispensable part of the monastery with its architecture. At the same time, the library began to be enriched since 1835 and became famous for its religious books as well as publications on church law in the 17th and 18th centuries.

After the exchange (forced migration) in 1924, the chapel was destroyed over time.

The remaining remains of the mill, which was said to be on the west side of the chapel and which probably provided flour to the monastery, were only the foundation stones.