Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)
The church is used as a cultural center. It is a ne barrel vaulted church with five bays, polygonal apse, and belfry. There are two bell towers. There are yellow cut stones around doors and windows. There is a stone work on the top of the main entrance. The domed tiled roof and pitch roof exist.
Interior: Unknown (Not Visible)
Decoration: Unknown (Not Visible)
Humidity: Unknown (Not Visible)
Technical Details/Materials Used
Walls: Yellow stone and basalt stone.
Roof: Domed tiled roof.
Floors: Mosaic tiles.
Doors: Wooden panelled door. Top part glass frame interior and ironwork interior (Dated 1895).
Windows: Glass frame interior, ironwork frame exterior.
Small Signs: No
Architect Plans: No
Cadastral Elements: XXI.19 & 27 Village
Proposed Protection Measures