The village’s laundry, an area especially shaped for washing the villagers’ clothes, consisted of six circular cavities in a rock. The women of the village would gather there to wash the clothes up until the 1960s. In addition, as Arkadiou remarks, the women of the village would even bathe there and more specifically in a cavity that had been carved on the rock. On that day, as Arkadiou also notes, men were forbidden to walk by the road bordering the laundry area.    

It is worth mentioning that the stone water channel and the underground tunnel, which provided the laundry and two other mills in the south of the area with water, are still preserved today. 

Savvas Arkadiou
Dr Christou G. Aristeidou