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This is a simple four-pillar, cruciform church with a cupola.

It dates from the end of the 12th century. Mural decorations are to a great extent preserved despite physical deterioration and the fact that the church had been set on fire. The murals were painted in three different periods between the 12th and the 15th centuries. The first layer is to be found in the sanctum arch and at the lower zone of the lateral walls (12thcentury), the second is located in the arch of the eastern cupola arch and the western wall (13th c.) and the most recent, which covers most of the wall surface, dates from the 14th century.