The sketch of the church shows this to be a
picturesque ruin, but typical of the French (Lusignan)
style of architecture. The
tall lancet shaped windows are rather highly placed and this has led some
historians to suggest that it was a fortified church built in the days
when the medieval walls had not yet been put up.
As usual, the side facing
Djanbulat bastion shows the most damage, but in this case one has to
appreciate the great distance which Turkish cannon could reach, for the
bastion is quite a way off.