These are the structures at the end of the peninsular, which lie on the Cilvarda land, which has a length of about 400 m and has been formed from cliff cliffs. Although these buildings were known to the people as embossing, no money was printed in these buildings, which were built of cut stones. One of these stone buildings dating back to the 11th century. Is a small church, with the structure standing beside it, the probability is very great that it was used as a monasterium.