It was founded at the end of the 16th century or at the beginning of 17th century, the latest until 1620. The monastery was small but rich with many fields. In 1922, according to local’s testimonies, the church became an isolation place for people infected from variola. After the epidemic, they were hammering and whitewashing the walls for disinfection.

The small catholicon of the monastery was full of wall paintings, from which a very small number is preserved together with a part of the iconostasis of exceptional wood carving art, dated around the middle of 18th century. There you can find 2 interesting icons of Virgin Mary and Christ.