North of the settlement Liliano, where its cemetery stands, lies the church of St. John, which belongs to the architectural style of the three – aisled basilica, although on the outside it seems to have two aisles. The aisles are separated by small columns and covered by pointed arches. There are no frescoes in the church and on the walls, mainly in the southern part, there is part of a pillar with a ladder. The church probably dates from between the 12th and 13th century despite its archaic appearance.
During the German occupation, the building was used as a workshop and hardware store, and perhaps maybe for the Germans’ religious needs.