In the main hall of the molenna, there hangs a huge silver chandelier, founded in 1910 by a wealthy merchant mourning the death of his wife. The deceased was 32 years old and just enough candles were placed in the chandelier. The history of the monastery is connected with the nun Eupraxia who placed her nuns there. Saint women did farm work and looked after cripples. After the union with the Orthodox Church, which occurred in 1914, the number of nuns began to decrease. The last of them died in 1972. Currently, you can even live in the former monastery buildings.