The most representative and important monument of early Christian art and culture, from the IV-VI century. The Basilica is a classic Hellenistic three nave building with interior architecture in Roman Corinthian style, magnificent mosaics in style "tesalatum Opus" and "Opus sectile” and gorgeous interior architecture with columns in the Roman Corinthian style, unique marble altar wall with pictures of scenes from the gospel, preserved pulpit and antriy. The main object in the basilica, which underlies the whole composition of the building is the naos. It has an unusual, almost square shape and size is 22/23 m. It consists of three ships. In the early Christian period in the central nave a pulpit was been put. From the IV century pulpit is where singers and priests lead their preachings. From the pulpit the Gospel and other sacred books were being read.