Chapel of the icon of Our Lady of Iveria.
The stoned chapel of Our Lady of Iveria was erected in the late 1850s, to replace the former wooden Epiphany Church. The name of the chapel comes from the ancient icon of the Virgin who appeared in Iveria on Athos Mount (Greece).
In the 1930s the chapel was shut down. It was returned to the Church in 1997 but in a very damaged state. On January 26, 2003 the chapel was consecrated a second time. Its altar now has a crucifix with what is said to be a piece of the actual cross on which the Christ was crucified.