Moni Vidiani, situated at the base of Lulundaki Hill in the northwestern part of the plateau, is an intriguing site to explore in Lasithi Plateau, Crete. It is conveniently located next to the road which connects the villages of Lassithi. This historic structure dates back to 1854 to 1866 and has undergone significant transformations over the years. Originally a humble village house, locals believe that during the Venetian rule, it served as a church. Restoration efforts were carried out in the early 20th century and again in 1991, following which it was reopened to the public. Discover the fascinating history of Moni Vidiani in Lasithi Plateau, Crete.

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