Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)
Old Augustinian monastic church turned into mosque (Ímerge) in 1571. Built in 14th century. One-aisled church roofed with ribbed vaults. It consists of three bays ending in three sided apse and a chapel added to the north side. Facade porch with tridle arcade. Original roof had collapsed and was rebuilt as with wood. Currently it is used as a mosque (Ímerge). Gothic decoration and addition of minaret was done during the Ottoman Period. The facade and the environments have recently been restored by Partnership For Future, a programme funded by the European Union.
Structure: Very Good
Facade: Very Good
Roof: Very Good
Interior: Very Good
Humidity: Existing Mark
Technical Details/Materials Used
Roof: Wood & Wood. Beams are supported on arches.
Windows: Wood; original stone traceces, rose windows
Small Signs: Yes
Architect Plans: Yes
Cadastral Elements: Not Available
Proposed Protection Measures
Continuing maintenance and monitoring of Humidity.