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Prefecture: Lassithi
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Η Παναγία του Καλού Νερού ανεγέρθη το 1881απο τον ηγούμενο της μονής Καψά Γεροντάκη Ιωσήφ εγγονό του οσίου Ιωσήφ (Γεροντογιάννη) και λειτούργησε ως μετόχι της μονής Καψά.
Ο ναός κτίσθηκε πάνω σε παλιό μονυδρίο της Παναγιάς, ενώ όπως αναφέρει ο Ν.Ι.Παπαδάκης << .. παρά το μονύδριον εὑρίσκεται ὡς λέγουσι ὑπόγειον σπήλαιον, χρησιμοποιηθέν ποτέ ὡς κατοικία ἀσκητού ..>>

Στην εκκλησία υπάρχουν χαράγματα με τη χρονολογία 1461 καθώς και 1674.
Ο Ν.Ι.Παπαδάκης το 1933 συγκεκριμένα γράφει <<....Κεχαραγμένη όμοίως επί τοιχογραφίας του Ναοῦ ,τοῦ μικρόν πρός δυσμάς ἀπέχοντος ετέρου Μονυδρίου ἤ Καλοῦ-Νεροῦ ὑπάρχει ἡ χρονολογία 1461. Αἱ χρονολογίαι αύται ἀποδεικνύουσι πρῶτον μέν ὅτι πρός ὑπ αὐτήν ἐμφαινομένου χρόνου εἶχον ἱδρυθή τά δύο ταῦτα μοναστήρια, έπειτα δε ότι κατά τόν χρόνον τούτον ήσαν έρημα Μοναχῶν, διότι μόνον εις ναούς ερημικούς, εκτάκτως υπό προσκυνητῶν επισκεπτομένους, συνηθίζετο (καί συνηθίζεται) νά χαράττωνονται έπί τοῦ τοίχου ονόματα καί χρονολογίαι…>>


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