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Built in VI century , In the historical sources it has been mentionned through the whole period of the Middle Ages until XIV century,when it was part of a monastery complex . It was discovered during excavations in 1920. It has three naves , three apses with a narthex and atrium . The middle apse outside is trilateral and inside semicircle. The side naves have two small apses at the north and the south. In the narthex domed tombstones are preserved. The northern nave and part of the central nave razed in the sea. The Basilica was 28m long and 18m large. Now the church ruins are conserved and restored.

Address: By the North Tower
Directions: By the North Tower visible when arriving from Sunny Beach

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  • Updated Jun 6, 2006
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