Located on a high hilltop surrounded by ancient villages and green landscape, this 14th-century church is slowly turning into a ruin. It's surprising that none of the walls or the tower hasn't fully collapsed since it's been abandoned and unmaintained for well over five decades. During this period most of its roof completely collapsed making it possible for light to enter.
At the end of the 19th-century the area got struck by a heavy earthquake. The bell tower partly collapsed but they were able to fully restore it's to its original state. The weather vane on top of the spire still displays the year this happened.
Nowadays the church and especially the bell tower form a threat for the surrounding inhabitants of the village. They're scared it can collapse anytime. They would love to see it being restored. But the church is privately owned and the owners are nowhere to be found and impossible to contact. A sad situation since the bell tower is an important testimony of medieval architecture of the 1300s.