Plastiras Lake is a beautiful artificial lake embraced by mountains as well as firs, oaks and chestnut trees that descend to the banks. The mountain tops to the west form the profile of a sleeping woman, the famous “Sleeping” of Agrafa, which is distinguished by much of the Thessalian plain. In the area of Plastira Lake, carved on the rock, is located the monastery of Panagia Pelekiti, a unique monument of the 16th century. The wood-carved icon screen, frescoes, sacred gospels, manuscripts and utensils are a true religious heritage museum. The Corona Monastery is adorned with well-preserved frescoes with many elements of the Cretan school. Here is the honest cart of St. Seraphim.