Chapele of  St. Basil

This church is situated at the entrance to the Goreme Open Air Museum. Graves are to be found in the columned narthex area. The nave is transversally rectangular and barrel vaulted, and has three apses situated on the left, long side of the rectangular nave. The church dates back to the 11th century.

Scenes: On the main apse is a portrait of Jesus, and next to this is a portrait of Mary and Baby Jesus. On the north wall is picture of St. Theodore, while St. George and the dragon are featured on the south wall. The paintings of St Demetrius and two famale saints can also be seen.