One of the ornaments of medieval churches of Transcarpathia is the rotunda of Horiany, which is considered to be the most beautiful Romanesque monument in the area. The round church was probably built in the 11th century, and reconstructed in the 15th century. This was the time when the rectangular-shaped nave was built to it.
The exterior of the church is plain, only a few Romanesque windows can be found there. It is interesting that the circular building has six hexagonal recesses along a hexagon. Its priceless value lies, among others, in the medieval frescos decorating the church. The frescoes were painted in the 1360s and György Drugeth, then master of Uzhorod, had them made by Italian painters. These represent New Testament scenes.