St. Anna Church
The building is the oldest Byzantine church in the city. It was written in the Greek book on the entrance gate that it was rebuilt in the
time of Basil I in 884-885. It is known that the three-naved, basilica-planned church made of stone has narthex, but today there is
no remains or sign. Naves are circular plan from inside and outside. There is a crypt and there are two ion-capped columns with
Naosta "T" -shaped two feet. The church used until 1923 was repaired. It is out of use today.