Description (Typology, Period, Actual Use)
This 14th Century church was part of a frasciscan monastery which adjoined the Royal Palace. Nave ending in three sided apse with small chapel off the south side with preserved interesting architecture. Decorative buttressing supports the external walls.
Used as an archeological site to visit in its ruinous form.
Humidity: Non Existing
Technical Details/Materials Used
Walls: Ashlar Masonry
Roof: Unknown (Not Visible)
Floors: Ribbed Vaults
Doors: Unknown (Not Visible)
Windows: Unknown (Not Visible)
Michrap: Not Available
Small Signs: Not Available
Architect Plans: Yes
Cadastral Elements: Not Available
Proposed Protection Measures
Clearing of floor from debri & weeds. Consolidation of walls where needed to protect from exposure to element. Grouting of exposed rubble stone