A model district, unique in its kind in Greece, created in 1923 by Greek refugees from Pontus who embraced the Evangelical doctrine. In the heart of the settlement we can find the Evangelical Church, which was built in 1925 and rebuilt in 1931 after the fire of 1930 which was set by fanatical arsonists.
On the same street and owned by the Greek Evangelical Church of Katerini, is the “Good Samaritan” Home for the Elderly, which originally operated as an Orphanage from the 1950s to the early 1980s. At the same time, the School Building (Sunday school) was built and started operating, where the church offices are also housed until today. Between the church and the nursing home is the “Park of the Evangelicals”. The buildings are of unique architecture in an area with square street planning and impressive detached houses that today is the most expensive in the city.