South entrance of the Peribleptos Monastery: located along the southernmost end of the wall of the Middle City of Mystras. Built during the brief period (in the 14th century) of the Venetian occupation of Mystras. It displays the same Frankish architectural style as the Pantanassa Monastery. Little is known about this building and research is ongoing.
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