The rock church of Sant’Agnese has a single nave and an altar set against the back wall. The floor of the church was lowered for the construction of its stone façade. In addition to having an altar with a painted frontal, a round arch that separates the nave from the presbytery, and some bas-relief niches on its side walls, it also has a fresco of St. Agnes at the end of the nave above the altar. A small dome was carved out of the centre of the presbytery’s flat ceiling and is embellished with a cross in relief. There are numerous caves adjacent to the church used for sheltering animals, as well as a cistern to collect rainwater from the plateau above.
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This church is undergoing restoration.