Nino Bagrationi
Giorgi Bagrationi
Giorgi Bagrationi
Gia Shervashidze

Sensop Church is erected on an ellevated plateau on the left bank of the Mtkvari gorge. Built in the 10th century, this hall-type church has an annexeon the east surrounded by a megalithic settlement site of a large radius.

The church is bulit of neatly cut grey stone and rust-coloured basalt arranged in horizontal courses.

The hall termiantes in a semi-circular apse. The apse window is flanked by small rectangular niches. The south and west windows are arched. The south wall, which used to be pierced by a door, is badly damaged. Of the south annexe only a west wall fragment preserves.

The interior masonry of the church survives, while the facades have fully lost their facing. The church is provided with a plain cornice which was covered with hewn tiles.