• Denomination: Agios Romanos

  • District: Kyrenia

  • Town/Village: Vouno

  • Category: Church

  • Religion: Christian

  • A.Monument: No

  • Ref#: 329

Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)

 This is a one aisled barrel-vaulted Maronite church with cylindrical apse butresses on the side walls. From cadastral map, there appears to be an Abulatory (Three surrounding Isles, North, West and East) around the Nave, but these have been demolished. Four Butresses, one on each corner, with Pointed Barrel Vault. The Foundation of the Abulatory Walls exist on South and West side. The Church could not be accesed inside. It is now used as a museum.

General Conditions

Structure: Good

Facade: Good

Roof: Good

Interior: Good

Decoration: Ruin

Mass: Preserved

Humidity: Non Existing


Building Materials

Technical Details/Materials Used

Walls: Rough Coursed Ashlar

Roof: Round Tiles


Doors: New, Wood

Windows: New, Wood


Icons: No

Hagiography: No

Michrap: No

Small Signs: Not Available

Architect Plans

Architect Plans: No

Cadastral Elements: XII.55 Village

Proposed Protection Measures