• Denomination: Armenian Church

  • District: Famagusta

  • Town/Village: Famagusta/Within the Walls

  • Category: Church

  • Religion: Christian

  • A.Monument: Yes

  • Ref#: 32

Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)

14th Century church probably built by Armenian refugees composed of one aisle & a cylindical apse, covered with groin vault. The roof has a cruciform form. Apse with semi dome. Second chapel added later to the north-east but has not survived. Previously used as military depot. It now stands empty. In military area.

General Conditions

Structure: Good

Facade: Good

Roof: Good

Interior: Good

Decoration: Unknown (Not Visible)

Mass: Preserved

Humidity: Existing Mark

Comments:

Building Materials

Technical Details/Materials Used

Walls: Ashlar Masonry

Roof: Unknown (Not Visible)

Floors: Stone

Doors: wood

Windows: Wood & Iron

Interior

Icons: No

Hagiography: No

Michrap: No

Small Signs: No

Architect Plans

Architect Plans: No

Cadastral Elements: Not Available

Proposed Protection Measures

Monitoring of humidity(rising damp) & general conservation of interior