Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)
This is a one aisled barrel-vaulted church dating to the Medieval Period with the later addition of narthex and cylindrical apse. Two different stone types used: 1) Rough sand stone, cut sand stone. Remain of frescoes in Gothic style at the arches and the apse.Stone light window. Very wide walls.
Comments: A very important crack is visible at the apse in the church.
Technical Details/Materials Used
Walls: SandStone With Gypsum Plaster
Roof: Sand Stone Borrd Vault With Rand Tiles, And Semispherical Dome With Rand Tiles An Apsis
Windows: Stone Light Window
Small Signs: Yes
Architect Plans: No
Cadastral Elements: Not Available
Proposed Protection Measures