The church of Zoodohos Pigi Monagri is situated at the foot of Mount Dikaios nestled amongst the fir trees, just outside the Assomatos district of the Asfendiou village in a region called Monagri. It is a compact, cruciform church of the Byzantine era. The elevated dome in the middle is characteristic of twelfth century provincial churches. The inside walls of the church of Zoodohos Pigi Monagri are adorned by paintings in different layers, dating from the early to the late Byzantine era. Comparisons with other church paintings in the Dodecanese and a study of the techniques used in the older samples, have lead the experts to the conclusion that this church probably dates back to the early 13th century. According to tradition, the chapel was a Saint Christodoulos building, but there is no evidence to support this theory. Even though the damage to the early work has been substantial because of the very humid atmosphere that prevails in the area throughout the year, it remains a remarkable example of the period’s religious art.