Kato Valsamonero is a small traditional village of 200 inhabitants who work mainly with agriculture and stockbreeding. The name of the village (Valsamo-nero), according to the tradition, is due to the very good quality water of it's sources, that has pleasant and therapeutic impact (Balsam is also an aromatic cretan plant with therapeutic and soothing effects). The village exists since the byzantine era. In the village there are various buildings of the byzantine and venetian era. During the turkish occupation the village was inhabited by turks while during the beginning of the 20th century it was inhabited by Cretans from Sfakia, Asi Gonia and Roumbado areas.
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