southeastern corner of the fortified hill, which took its name from the legend that wants the daughter of the governor of the city falls from the ramparts. Typical plate is preserved with an engraved monogram, probably the prototratora Michael Glavas Tarchinioti. There were several major and minor exterior gates at the walls with the main Saraioportes, the Neroportes or Kaleportes and Gates of the Bridge in the southwestern part of the fortifications near Erythropotamos. Close to Neroportes and north of Kale at the foot of the western slope is the Pentazono, circular tower with a straight side, the interior of which was used as a reservoir, ensuring the supply of water to the castle and strengthening its defense. At the foot of the hill, inside the natural rock, there are cave (carved cavities), which served as storage and water tanks in the basements of houses, while not excluding the religious use of some of them.
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