Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)
It is a big crossvaulted church with arched galleries on the south and north side. There are modern gothic elements on the eastern facade. On the entrance door there is reference to 1823 and on the window to 1867. Now it is used s a mosque.
Interior: Unknown (Not Visible)
Decoration: Unknown (Not Visible)
Humidity: Existing Mark
Interior-Decoration: Inside of the building was not accessible during the time of the visit.
There are humidity marks on the northern and western facades. Over the western entrance door there is an Ottoman inscription.
Technical Details/Materials Used
Roof: Stone covered with ceramic tiles.
Floors: Unknown (Not Visible)
Windows: Wooden with iron grills.
Michrap: Not Available
Small Signs: Not Available
Architect Plans: No
Cadastral Elements: Not Available
Proposed Protection Measures
Cracks were observed on the western facade and roof. As it is in use as a mosque it has some protection but additional protection mesures must be taken againts the humidity.