This single nave, barrel
vaulted church is entered by way of the collapsed apse. Beyond the
nave the rock was further dug out to form a burial area.
The main color of the paintings
is gray. A large cross is painted on the well- preserved vault, and
the hand, painted within a square in the centre of the cross, symbolizes
the Triple Sanctification, around it is an embellishment, divided into
four, full of geometrical patterns. The church is dated to the end
the 9th century.
Deesis, Annunciation, Visitation, Proof of the Virgin, Nativity, Adoration
of the Magi, Baptism, Three Young Men in the Fiery Furnace, Flight into
Egypt, Last Supper, Betrayal of Judas,
Crucifixion, Women at the
Empty Tomb, Ascension, Entombment, Pentecost and portraits of saint.