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In Greek mythology, the area around the village was home to the Stymphalian birds, a group of man-eating birds. When their numbers increased and led to the devastation of crops, Herakles was sent by King Eurystheas to defeat and eliminate the birds as the sixth of his twelve labours. As a result, a statue commemorating Herakles' deed was erected on a mountain overlooking the village.
5th century BCE