The church “St. John the Baptist “(Xth century) The church “St. John the Baptist” is one of the best preserved medieval monuments in Nessebar. Historical sources do not know when it was built. Based on its architectural features, it dates back to the end of the Xth century. It belongs to the cross-type churches. Four massive ladders outline the bridal square above which a large cylindrical drum rises. The shoulders of the space cross are covered with semi-cylindrical vaults and end with triangular fronts. Altar space consists of three semicircular apses. There is no narthex. The entrances are three on the western wall, and one on the north. The church has small dimensions - 12 meters long and 10 meters wide. The walls of the naos on the inside are smooth and unshaven.